The 39 metre Jongert motor yacht Lucia M has been sold by Cornelius Kistler at breezeYachting.swiss and Rudolf Berglehner at High Goal AG, with Torsten Sieckmann from Sieckmann Yachts introducing the buyer.
Lucia M was built by Dutch shipyard Jongert in 2011 and has had the same owner since new. She was delivered as the shipyard’s first-ever motor yacht with an all-aluminium construction and fast-planing hull.
Interior and exterior design were directed by Guido de Groot Design, with Azure Yacht Design and Naval Architecture responsible for the naval architecture. Her interior is modern with dark wood flooring, steely greys, and grey marbles throughout.
Accommodation is for eight guests across four cabins including a double master suite that makes use of the yacht’s full beam. The en suite bathroom contains a full-size bathtub situated below a vast skylight with the ability to darken at the touch of a button. The owner also has direct access to a gym and steam room in the forepeak.
The remaining guest accommodation is comprised of a double and two twins, with three cabins for a crew of five.
The main saloon offers a central lounge with a dining table forward that seats up to 10 guests. Moving to the exterior, a semi-covered flybridge offers guests a bar and lounge with direct access to the secondary helm station from the wheelhouse. The hard top is equipped with glass to keep the space as bright as possible, with the option of blinds to protect guests against the midday sun.
Elsewhere, guests can choose between an al fresco dining table aft or a forward lounge hidden at the bow for drinks and nibbles.
Lucia M is powered by twin MTU 16V M93 4,000hp engines delivering a top speed of 28 knots and a range of 2,800 nautical miles at 12 knots.
The asking price at the time of sale was €8,900,000.