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31m Astondoa motor yacht Ninitas A sold

16 April 2024 • Written by Nick Jeffery

The 30.5-metre motor yacht Ninitas A has been sold with Fergus Torrance and Tassos Papantoniou of Torrance Yachts representing the seller and Endri Kalaja of Mektrin Motors introducing the buyer. 

Built in GRP by Spanish yard Astondoa to RINA class, the yacht has a contemporary Cristiano Gatto interior and marks one of the yard's Century models, built to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the shipbuilder.

Lying in Spain, Ninitas A was asking €5,950,000.

Accommodation is presently set up for a party of eight in four suites. An additional cabin is configured as a spa – a rare feature on a 30-metre – but could be converted back to a twin cabin. The lower deck comprises the spa, two doubles and one twin, all with large hull windows. The master cabin on the main deck has an enormous bathroom forward, one of the benefits of the yacht's high topsides.

Ninitas A's open-plan saloon and dining space has floor-to-ceiling glass all around and offers fantastic views and a feeling of space. Cool contemporary loose furniture, specified by Gatto, with leather, glass and stainless steel, complements the warmer oak-planked sole. High-end equipment is specified throughout, including Miele appliances in the galley and laundry.

The flybridge is the standout exterior area of Ninitas A, cleverly proportioned along almost the entire length of the yacht to offer plenty of space while also giving wide side decks to walk around. A retractable sunroof, dining area and Jacuzzi make it a "perfect setup for sun worshippers", according to her broker. Two steps lead down to a forward-facing seating area.

The 178GT yacht is powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 M86 engines, that have only 1,000 hours of use on them, giving a top speed of 26 knots and cruising speed of 22 knots. At 20 knots, her range is 600 nautical miles.

Lying in Spain, Ninitas A was last asking €5,950,000.

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