Sanlorenzo SD92 superyacht Minu has been sold by Yacht Moments in an in-house deal with the broker representing both seller and buyer.
Minu was the 20th hull to be produced from Sanlorenzo’s SD92 line when she was launched at the Italian builder’s Viareggio shipyard in Tuscany in September 2013. The SD92 model was launched to market by Sanlorenzo in 2007.
The semi-displacement 27.6 metre yacht is characterised by the SD92’s refined lines, which recall in miniature the golden age of the transatlantic liners of the 1930s, mixed with a modern twist – a distinctive feature typical on the Sanlorenzo’s navetta-style motoryachts.
The GRP-constructed Minu was designed to accommodate up to eight guests in four cabins, comprising a master suite, VIP stateroom, and two twin cabins. Minu is also capable of carrying up to four crew in two cabins.
When she was delivered in 2013, Minu had undergone a degree of customisation according to the wishes of her then German owner, who chose for the interiors a fine and bright oak wood, including the floorings, while the bathrooms were finished precious white marble Calacatta with beige vains. Made in Italy design firms such as Paola Lenti and Knol were commissioned for the outdoor decòr, and Minotti, Driade and Maxalato for the interiors.
Minu is powered by two 1,224hp MTU V10 2000 M72 diesel engines and propelled by her twin screw propellers. She is capable of a top speed of 17 knots, and cruises at 15 knots. With her 12,300 litre fuel tanks she has a maximum range of 1,660 nautical miles at 11 knots. Her water tanks store around 2,500 litres of fresh water.
Minu's asking price was €5,950,000, tax paid.