The 60-metre Oceanco motor yacht Sea Pearl has been sold by Matt Albert at Superyacht Partners, who represented both buyer and seller.
Sea Pearl was built by Oceanco for the shipyard's owner in 2004. Since then she has been the recipient of several multi-million-euro refits with her recent owner having spent in excess of $20,000,000 in maintenance and refit work prior to her sale.
Sea Pearl was delivered as Pegasus with exterior and interior design by Winch Design. Her 1,184GT interior offers accommodation for 14 guests in a master suite with a forward observation lounge/private office on the main deck, a full-beam VIP cabin, and a further four guest cabins located on the lower deck that can be set up either as twins or doubles. Further accommodation sleeps a crew of 18.
The main saloon features a lounge area with low-slung coffee tables and a grand piano with a formal dining area forward that seats 12 guests beneath a crystal chandelier. A secondary dining space can be found on the upper deck, this time with a smaller circular table and red crocodile chairs, with curved sliding doors that open out on to the aft deck.
Sea Pearl is crowned with a large sundeck offering guests a swimming pool and bar, a gym with tinted sliding doors and a vast sun lounge with moveable sun pads and deck chairs. Al fresco dining can also be enjoyed on this deck beneath the shade of an awning and accompanied by a barbecue grill.
Sea Pearl was built to Lloyd's Class and is MCA Code compliant. Power comes from twin CAT 3512 B DITA engines offering a top speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12.5 knots.
Sea Pearl was asking €37,500,000.