The 34 metre motor yacht Lidia III, has been sold and renamed Ira, with Filip Jerolimov at IYC representing both buyer and seller.
Lidia III was constructed in GRP by UK-based superyacht yard Sunseeker International and was delivered in 2011.
She accommodates up to 10 guests in five cabins including a spacious master suite on the main deck with a king sized bed and terrific views from full-length glass windows. The lower deck houses four cabins that can be accessed via a centrally located staircase and lobby. Aft are two large double cabins with walk-in wardrobes and forward are two twin cabins. All cabins offer particularly large en-suite bathrooms for a yacht of this size and come with entertainment centres and Sharp LCD television screens.
The spacious saloon fully utilises the space provided by the vessel’s beam to comfortably accommodate 10 or more guests in pure luxury and has an entertainment centre including a 52-inch Sony television screen and a Bose Lifestyle stereo surround sound system.
The flybridge is a key attraction on Lidia III and features exterior entertainment systems, a barbecue grill with an ice maker and fridge, an electronic sliding hard top and an aft Jacuzzi, all dedicated to al fresco entertainment for guests on board. She also boasts an extensive specification list including Trac digital fin stabilisers, while twin MTU 2000 Series M94 engines give her a cruising speed of 18 knots.
Lying in Zadar, Croatia, Lidia III was asking €5,390,000 with VAT paid.