The 46 metre motor yacht D’Natalin has been sold in an in-house deal at IYC with Steve Kidd acting for the seller.
Built by US superyacht yard Delta Marine in composite, D'Natalin was launched in 1996. She was refitted in 2003 and has been continuously maintained and upgraded to keep her in top condition. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins, including a main-deck master suite. Two VIP suites offer king size beds, and the fifth cabin has two twin beds and an en suite bathroom with both a shower and a bath tub.
She is ideal for entertaining on long cruises; her main saloon has comfortable seating, an entertainment centre, a four-person games table and a wet bar is set to starboard. She is also stocked for fun on the water, with her toy storage hosting two tenders and two SeaDoos, easily boarded from her ample swim platform.
Superyacht D’Natalin has a cruising speed of 13 knots powered by twin 855hp Caterpillar engines and is well proven as an explorer yacht, taking both her previous and original owner on round-the-world voyages. She was built to have a huge range of 6,800 nautical miles and wonderful seakeeping abilities..
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, D’Natalin was asking $6.6 million.