The 45.54 metre motor yacht Tanit has been sold with Edmiston & Company representing both the buyer and seller.
Built in steel and aluminium by UK yard Camper & Nicholsons to an in-house design, she was delivered in 1967 as a full displacement yacht and refitted in 1990, 2007 and 2012. She has since been upgraded on an annual basis and is in immaculate condition. Her interior by Lucio Fontana and Arnoldo Pomodoro accommodates 12 guests in six cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite, two doubles and two twins, all with full en suite facilities. In addition, she has eight cabins for 14 crew, ensuring a very comfortable crew to guest ratio.
The main saloon is finished in light and dark accented cherry wood panelling and seats guests at two tables: a round table made of wood and gold coloured brass for more intimate dining and a rectangular one made of wood, gold coloured brass and lapis lazuli which can fit up to 12 guests seated on a large comfortable sofa.
The spacious dining area has an elegant library, 400-bottle capacity wine cellar and a range of cabinets for glasses and cutlery. The dining room opens to the bar covered in the same gold brass and three bar chairs. The bar and the dining table are separated by a large working desk made of cherry wood. The main saloon is decorated with gold brass, in excellent harmony with the cherry wood.
Outside, a large aft deck caters for lovers of al fresco entertaining, furnished with built in upholstered seating along with a teak table and chairs while upstairs an expansive sun deck comes with several settees, two sun awnings and shaded outdoor dining areas.
Twin 600hp MAN engines give her a range of 2,500 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 12.5 knots.
Lying in Croatia, Tanit was asking €4,950,000.