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Sanlorenzo motor yacht iBoat sold

The 37.44 metre motor yacht iBoat, listed for sale by Sanlorenzo, has been sold with Kevin Bonnie at IYC introducing the buyer.

Designed inside and out by Francesco Paszkowski, she was built in GRP to RINA class and MCA coded by Italian yard Sanlorenzo and delivered in 2009 as one of the yard’s SL122 models. An interior with satin finished anigre wood panelling accommodates 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a main deck master suite with two VIP suites and two twin cabins below, all with entertainment centres, flat screen televisions and en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for six crew.

The large saloon has ample seating on an L-shaped sofa and armchairs, coffee tables and an entertainment centre including a 42 inch television screen and a stereo surround sound system. The aft deck welcomes al fresco dining and entertaining on a selection of chairs and tables while the sun deck offers a Jacuzzi spa tub and sun loungers. Up on the flybridge is a barbecue grill, fridge, ice maker and a seating area shaded by a custom hard top. More sunbathing is available on the loungers and sun pads situated on the foredeck while the sky lounge plays host to comfortable seating and an entertainment centre featuring a 37 inch television screen.

Twin 1,640hp Caterpillar diesel engines power her at speeds of up to 17 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.

iBoat was asking €7.5 million with VAT paid.

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