The 41.3 metre classic sailing superyacht Alejandra has been sold with Burgess representing both the buyer and seller in an in-house deal.
Built by Spanish yard Mefasa and launched in 1993, Alejandra combines classic styling with modern living and is a regatta-ready superyacht. She has a regatta-winning heritage, which has seen Alejandra dominate maxi and classic yacht regattas.
Her previous owner often participated in events, and she has a history of competing in regattas such as Monaco Classic Week and Les Voiles de Saint Barths.
Designed by Bruce King, Alejandra boasts an aluminium hull design that is manoeuvrable, allowing her to be sailed responsively in the lightest of winds, and has a large sail plan. Also designed for long-range cruising, this sailing yacht is capable of crossing the Atlantic under power courtesy of a 675hp MTU diesel engine, and has been designed with a focus on stability and comfort at sea.
The interior, which accommodates eight in four cabins, is classically styled and features a blend of Cuban mahogany and custom skylights to create a warm and traditional feel that allows the fresh sea breeze to flood the interior spaces.
Her deck has a cockpit and dining area that can be sheltered by her bimini covers. Glass screens allow guests to dine al fresco on deck and remain protected from the breeze whilst enjoying the view.
Alejandra was asking €6,950,000 with VAT paid.