The 25.99-metre Motek has been sold, with Northrop & Johnson's Ed Dickinson representing both buyer and seller.
Built of GRP by Arcadia Yachts in 2022, Motek has been used only privately and for just one season.
Her angular "all-glass" superstructure, designed by Francesco Guida, offers panoramic views. With a nod to protecting the environment, the steel-framed structure sports 40 square metres of solar panels.
Accommodation for eight guests is arranged in four cabins, all on the lower deck where motion is minimal. The owner's suite aft, with oversized windows close to the waterline, is full beam as is the VIP. Both cabins are also doubles. Another two twin cabins separate them, while two crew cabins, for a team of four, are located forward of the bridge.
The "cabins-below" layout frees up the whole main deck for enjoyment. There is a galley, spacious saloon and large glass doors to the aft deck which features another dining table for a party of eight, shaded by the overhanging superstructure.
Twin 800 hp MAN 16 engines suppply this yacht for sale with a cruising speed of 14 knots, topping out at 17 knots. Additional zero speed stabilisers ensure optimal guest comfort.
Motek's last known asking price was €4,950,000.