News comes from Corrado Di Majo at Equinoxe Yachts that he had signed the 36m sailing superyacht Viriella for sale.
Built by Maxi Dolphin, and delivered in 2001, Viriella underwent an extensive refit in 2012. She has a composite hull and a sloop rig with mast and boom in carbon fibre made by Southern Spars from New Zealand. The deck gear and winches are from Harken, and the sails by North Sails Italia. She has two engines – a main MAN 550hp and an 130hp auxiliary MAN engine.
The contemporary styled interior of Viriella features maple and pear wood, giving her a bright and spacious feel below decks. Accommodation is all located forward and comprises a large owner’s cabin with an office, two guest double cabins, and one guest cabin with three beds.
The communal areas are amidships and feature a large main saloon, which extends up into the deckhouse, leading to the dining room located towards stern on the starboard side. The crew quarters in the stern features two cabins and a bathroom.
Lying in La Spezia, Italy, she is asking €5.6 million.