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Sabre catamaran motor yacht Zenith sold

The 40.6 metre catamaran Zenith, listed for sale by Steve Doyle at Cambridge Yacht Group, has been sold with the Powercraft Company introducing the buyer.

Launched in April 2012, she was built in aluminium by Australian yard Sabre Catamarans to a design by Incat Crowther in collaboration with Waterline Yacht Design. 

The high-volume interior accommodates 10 guests in five cabins, including a full-beam master suite on the aft bridge deck with its own private deck, a twin cabin on the same deck, and on the main deck forward a full-beam VIP suite, a double and another twin. All cabins have entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities. Crew quarters for six are forward in both hulls.

Sophisticated interior décor is in American rock maple trimmed with Queensland maple and the open plan saloon has a lounge area with two three seater sofas and two lounge chairs, separated from the dining area by an entertainment centre featuring a 62 inch television screen. The dining area seats 10 guests around a custom table and there is a marble topped buffet to starboard with storage for china, glassware and cutlery.

The flybridge offers a custom table for 10 guests, six sun loungers, a wet bar, ice maker, fridge and a barbecue grill. More al fresco space is available on the foredeck, where two half moon tables with built in seating are ideal for a relaxing breakfast or evening cocktails.

Lloyds classed and MCA compliant, she is powered by twin MTU diesel engines giving a top speed of 29 knots and a range of 3,500 nautical miles.

Zenith was launched at a build cost of $41 million but the late owner's estate wanted to see her go and she was sold with a final asking price of $19,950,000.

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