News in over the weekend from Denison Yacht Sales that David Johnson has closed on his listing for sale, the 32.6 metre catamaran sailing yacht La Sella del Diavolo, with Richard Earp at Fraser Yachts bringing the buyer.
Designed by Olivier Racoupeau and custom built in aluminium by the NAC Shipyard in Trieste, Italy, she was delivered in 2011 to an owner with many years of yachting experience. La Sella del Diavolo is one of the largest sailing catamarans ever built and offers a tremendous amount of interior and exterior volume for a vessel of her size. She has accommodation for seven guests in a full beam on deck master suite and two guest cabins, all with en suite shower facilities.
Her huge fifty sqare metre master stateroom offers 180 degree views over the bow of the yacht and beyond. The master suite also offers a third berth ideal for a child on the lower level and a spacious bathroom with a spa shower. The two remaining guest cabins are located in the starboard hull.
To offer the guests maximum privacy, the port hull is reserved for crew and all sail handling is carried out on the flybridge, leaving the main deck and starboard hull completely private. Access to the flybridge is from the aft terrace. This popular guest area offers plenty of space to relax privately while at anchor. There is a navigation area forward with a relaxation area aft for cocktails and al fresco entertaining with a bar and a barbecue area that is served by a dumb waiter from the galley.
La Sella del Diavolo features a grand saloon with panoramic views and plenty of room to relax while watching a movie or enjoying a cocktail and offers interior dining for eight guests. Under power, a 444hp Iveco engine gives her a cruising speed of 11 knots.
Now based in Sardinia, La Sella del Diavolo was asking €7.25 million.