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50m bank-repossessed Perini Navi sailing yacht Ariane sold

17 December 2020• Written by Malcolm MacLean

The 49.8 metre bank-repossessed Perini Navi sailing superyacht Ariane has been sold at auction with both buyer and seller represented by Yachts Invest.

Built by the Italian superyacht yard Perini Navi, she was delivered in 2001 as the second yacht in the yard's 50 metre series. Previously known as Felicita West, she has a striking interior with cherry wood panelling and an overall black and white theme. An expansive main deck saloon features comfortable settees, a bar and a formal dining area while the aft deck offers the perfect spot for alfresco dining and entertainment.

Ariane was asking €4,300,000 and will be renamed Almyra II.

Accommodation is for up to 11 guests and is very flexible. The aft master suite is full beam and can be converted into two doubles and there is also a VIP stateroom plus a twin and a triple cabin. All staterooms have full en suite bathroom facilities.

Twin 932hp MTU engines give a range of 3,200 nautical miles at 13 knots under power.

Ariane was asking €4,300,000 and will be renamed Almyra II.

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