34m Quaranta sold and renamed Shu U Rite

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34m catamaran Quaranta sold and renamed Shu U Rite

18 December 2023 • Written by Gemma Harris

The 33.7-metre catamaran Quaranta has been sold in an in-house deal represented by Emma Karanova and Cornelius Kistler of Breeze Yachting and is now renamed Shu U Rite.

She was built by Logos Marine to RINA class and MCA coded with delivery in 2013. Naval architecture was headed up by Incat Crowther, while the interiors are thanks to London-based Lila Lou.

A neutral colour palette has been used throughout the interiors. The main saloon features an L-shaped sofa seating up to 12 guests, along with a separate dining area. The full-length windows enable light to flood the modern interiors.

Spanning over a beam of nine metres, accommodation is for 12 guests in six versatile cabins that can be converted from doubles to twins and vice-versa, offering multiple combinations to suit the needs of all guests. Each en-suite cabin includes LED televisions, entertainment centres and WiFi access. There are crew quarters for up to six.

The fully submersible swim platform can be used for various watersports and to launch the tender and toys. Elsewhere, the sundeck has space for alfresco dining with awnings for weather protection, sunpads and a Jacuzzi.

The 298 GT catamaran is powered by two Caterpillar engines and has a cruising speed of 12 knots.

Shu U Rite’s last known price was €6,950,000.

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