The 28.9-metre Azimut motor yacht Good Year has been sold by Camper & Nicholsons with Jessica Ruez and Jean-Marie Recamier representing the seller and Arcon Yachts' Konstantin Kolpakov introducing the buyer. The seller had been prepared to accept bitcoin payment but Camper & Nicholsons confirmed it was not used for this transaction.
Designed by Stefano Righini and built in GRP by Italian yard Azimut, she was delivered in 2017 as an Azimut Grande 95 RPH model and has had the same owner since new who has maintained the yacht exceptionally well since her launch.
She can accommodate 11 guests in five cabins, each decorated in a modern colour scheme of bronze, gold, and rich browns, and exquisite materials thanks to design studio Moos and Co. Her spacious split-level and full-beam master suite is located on the main deck.
A seamless flow exists between her exterior and interior spaces, accentuated by floor-to-ceiling windows in both the bow and her large, stylish chrome and teal-hued saloon. Multiple deck spaces are incorporated into her design, including a breezy, spacious upper deck entertaining area complete with barbecue and bar, and main deck forward sun lounges.
With a beam of seven metres and a draft of two metres, this wide-body Grande 95 has all the features found in a yacht of a larger size, such as a tender garage that houses a tender and a wide selection of water toys.
This arrangement allows for a larger beach club at the stern, created by a pivoting swim platform. Other special features include at-anchor stabilisers and underwater lights.
Her twin MTU 2,200hp diesel engines power her 168GT to a top speed of 28 knots with a cruising speed of 16 knots.
Good Year was asking €4,950,000 with VAT paid.