The 30.91 metre motor yacht Gogamigoga has been sold with Grupo Lafortune acting for the buyer and seller.
Gogamigoga was built in GRP by Italian yard Azimut to a design by Stefano Righini and delivered in 2008 as an Azimut 103S model. An expansive interior accommodates eight guests in four cabins including a full beam master suite located amidships on the lower deck with a lounge area and desk. The VIP suite is in the bow and has a corridor leading to two twin cabins, all with en suite bathroom facilities and all equipped with a Kaleidescape on demand entertainment system.
The interior design by Carlo Galeazzi features dark mahogany joinery throughout, contrasted with light soft furnishings and has a large open plan saloon and dining area with formal dining for eight guests around a glass topped table under a retracting sun roof, giving the option of dining al fresco while inside.
More al fresco entertainment is available in the immense cockpit, offering upholstered built in seating plus a separate dining table and eight chairs. A stairway from the cockpit leads to the flybridge with two helm chairs, seating to port and starboard, two wooden tables on stainless steel pedestals, a bar, fridge and sink, all sheltered by a Bimini top. The decks are kept uncluttered by the ability to store a tender and water toys in a large transom garage.
Twin 2,450hp MTU diesel engines linked to KaMeWa water jets give her a cruising speed of 28 knots and a maximum speed of 32 knots.
Lying in Bodrum, Turkey, Gogamigoga was asking €2.9 million.