The 68 metre motor yacht Triple Seven has had a central agency change and is now jointly listed for sale by Burgess with Edmiston & Company.
Designed by Newcruise, Triple Seven was built with a steel hull and steel and GRP superstructure by German yard Nobiskrug to Germanischer Lloyd's class and delivered in 2006 with several updates since, including a full repaint in 2016. A voluminous interior by Katharina Racek in a minimalist design accommodates up to 12 guests in five cabins comprising a full beam master suite, three doubles and a twin plus two Pullman berths. All guest cabins have sophisticated audio/visual systems and en suite bathroom facilities, and there are quarters for up to 18 crewmembers aboard this yacht for sale.
Falling within a narrow colour band, all the components of the interior are illuminated by light that pours in through huge windows while, by night, carefully placed downlighters and cornice lighting create a delightful atmosphere. Pale maple and sycamore wood with a variety of grain is contrasted here and there with darker items of furniture made from bleached wengé wood, all of which combines well with white walls, teak Venetian blinds and floors made from the same material, partially covered by white carpet.
Other features include an expansive beach club offering a gym, lounge and bar and a large sun deck with a Jacuzzi surrounded by sun beds. Twin 2,360hp MTU diesel engines power her to a maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 15 knots.
Lying in the western Mediterranean, Triple Seven is asking €38,000,000.