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Open House on superyacht Mi Sueno with Worth Avenue

A call to Peter Thompson at Worth Avenue Yachts brings news that he'll be hosting an Open House aboard the 57.9m motor yacht Mi Sueño on August 28 at the Antibes IYCA from 5pm to 7pm.

Delivered by Trinity Yachts in early 2010, she’s a modern combination of the latest marine technology and exquisite styling. She sleeps 12 guests in six lavish staterooms and has the added benefit of wheelchair access.

ABS-classed and MCA-compliant, Mi Sueño was designed with a transatlantic range, but also has a draught suitable for cruising The Bahamas and US East Coast. She has a maximum speed of 20 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.

Her master cabin is full beam width on the main deck. It’s a split level design with the bed on the upper level with panoramic windows. The master suite has a private lounge sofa, desk, 60" TV on the lower level and a pop-up 60" TV by the bed. There are his-and-hers bathrooms with a Jacuzzi tub in ‘hers’. The master suite also benefits from a private study with desk and a sofa at the entrance and this can be closed off from rest of the master suite for extra privacy. On the lower deck, there are five further guest cabins including three king beds, one queen and one twin cabin with an additional Pullman berth. Each of these cabins is fitted with entertainment facilities and private ensuite bathrooms.

Mi Sueño is asking $39.95 million.

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