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Oceanstyle sells Sunseeker motor yacht My Way

News just in from Oceanstyle by Burgess that the 29.8m Sunseeker motor yacht My Way is now sold to a direct client.

Built to a high specification in 2010, My Way is well appointed throughout with spacious living areas including a split-level master suite on the main deck. The flybridge, with retractable canopy, is perfectly suited to outside entertaining and cruising in comfort and style. Twin 2,400hp MTU engines give her a top speed of 27 knots and a range of 1,000 nautical miles at 10 knots. RINA classed, she accommodates 12 guests in five staterooms and six crew in three cabins.

The accommodation comprises a master suite and a four cabin layout on the lower deck: two double cabins aft with en suite facilities, a double cabin forward with a Pullman berth and a twin cabin forward with Pullman berth. There are three crew cabins with two berths in each and a crew shower/head. There are Samsung LCD TVs in all staterooms and the main saloon has a 50-inch drop-down plasma screen with a Bose surround-sound system. The stern garage aboard My Way stores a Williams 505D diesel tender and two SeaDoo RXP 215 Waverunners. Security equipment includes a CCTV system with four cameras and a remote-controlled spotlight on the bow. My Way also features those all-important zero speed stabilisers.

Lying in the Eastern Mediterranean, My Way was asking £4.9 million.

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