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Sunseeker motor yacht Black & White new for charter

The recently sold 34 metre motor yacht Black & White is being made available for charter in the western Mediterranean by her new owner.

Black & White was built in GRP by UK builder Sunseeker International with naval architecture by Don Shead and was launched in August 2010. She is a very highly customized version of the popular Sunseeker 34 Metre Yacht series, with a specification that surpasses many of her predecessors.

The interior features fully custom and exclusive Fendi hard furnishings, opulent Frette linen and design accessories, and a Bang & Olufsen lifestyle surround-sound system throughout. The interior décor has been carefully crafted to blend in with her American walnut joinery, creating a warm and relaxed ambience. Her five cabins provide generous guest accommodation for 10 guests. The master suite features a king size bed, and there are two identical VIP cabins and two mirror-image twin cabins. All cabins have en suite bathrooms.

Black & White also features a large flybridge complete with a centrepiece Jacuzzi, as well as a large bar for al fresco entertaining. Twin 2,434hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 20 knots and an extensive range, making her ideal for exploring the Med’s hot spots.

Black & White is available for charter at rates from €105,000 per week through Camper & Nicholsons.

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