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Camper & Nicholsons sells superyacht Solaria Too

Michael Payne in the Monaco office of Camper & Nicholsons tells me that his central listing, the 26m motor yacht Solaria Too, is now sold in an in-house deal.

When it comes to superyachts, Solaria Too is a timeless classic. Designed by Andre Mauric and Jon Bannenberg, she was built in mahogany by France's renowned Esterel yard in 1973. She sleeps eight guests in five cabins and her large deck spaces make her ideal for Mediterranean cruising. Solaria Too has the ideal ownership history being owned for most of her life by the original owner and latterly by an experienced owner and lover of wood yachts. Together with his exceptionally knowledgeable captain, he has lavished care and investment to create this beautifully presented luxury motor yacht. Solaria Too was asking €890,000.

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