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Leopard motor yacht Bull sold

The 26.88 metre motor yacht Bull has been sold with Richard Inwards at Inwards Marine acting for both buyer and seller.

Readers with long memories will recall that she was put on the market after her former owner, disgraced financier Bernie Madoff, was sent to a US penitentiary in 2009. He was sentenced to 150 years in prison, so no immediate need for a luxury yacht, then.

Built in GRP by Italian yard  Arno to an exterior and interior design by Andrea BacigalupoBull was delivered in 2007 as one of the yard's Leopard 27 series. She features a bright and airy interior with a modern design and contemporary fittings. Accommodation is for six guests in three cabins consisting of a master suite, a double and a twin cabin, all with entertainment systems, televisions and en suite bathroom facilities.

Exterior areas are generous and feature a spacious open aft deck with al fresco dining facilities and a large sun bed, along with ready access to the swim platform for water sport activities. The forepeak has cushions and a small Bimini top, ideal for lounging in the sun in complete privacy. Indoors, the large windows in the upper saloon and an electric retractable roof offer the interior a feeling of space as well as great views. The area is spacious and has comfortable seating, a full entertainment centre and a dining area There is an additional lounging area below deck with an LCD television screen. Meanwhile, twin 2,180hp MTU engines linked to Arneson surface drives give her a cruising speed of 34 knots. 

Bull was asking €1.8 million.

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