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Sunseeker superyacht Devocean sold

The 37 metre motor yacht Devocean has been sold with Debbie Beere at Dbeere Yachts acting for both buyer and seller.

Designed by naval architect Don Shead, Devocean was built in GRP by UK yard  Sunseeker International to RINA class and launched in 2008. MCA compliant, she has three spacious internal decks with luxurious accommodation for ten guests in five cabins. The master suite is located on the main deck while below there are two identical double suites plus a further double and a twin that is convertible to a double. All have full en suite facilities.

Devocean's main saloon, with a richly decorated interior design, has a bar and spacious seating plus a large television screen and entertainment system acting as a divider from the dining area with formal seating for 12 guests. The large upper deck offers al fresco dining with a bar, barbecue, sun pads, loungers and a hot tub, which was added in 2012.

Powered by twin 2,735hp MTU engines, her range is 3,000 nautical miles at 10.2 knots, with a top speed of 21 knots. Extras include zero speed stabilisers.

Devocean was asking $9,950,000.

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