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Vitters Sailing superyacht Mystere sold

The 43.2 metre sailing yacht  Mystere has been sold to a direct client by Marc Haendle at Ocean Independence.

Designed by Tripp DesignMystere was built by Dutch yard  Vitters to Lloyds class and launched in 2006 to become a worthy winner at the 2007 World Superyacht Awards. An interior in cherry wood by Rhoades Young Design is notable in that she has a single large central saloon area, doing away with the more familiar upper and lower saloon concept.

Accommodation is for seven guests in four cabins including a full width master suite with its own access to a private owner’s cockpit on deck. There is additional accommodation in two twins and a single, all with en suite shower facilities. With an alustar hull and a carbon superstructure, Mystere is sleek, elegant and fast. Under power, a 12V 183T 72 MTU engine gives her range of 1,800 nautical miles at 13 knots.

Mystere was asking €11.5 million.

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