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Azimut motor yacht Artemy sold

The 34.4 metre motor yacht Artemy, listed for sale by Arcon Yachts in Monaco, has been sold with Gordan Zadro at Navis Marine in Croatia introducing the buyer.

Designed by Stefano Righini, she was built in GRP by Italian yard Azimut to RINA class with delivery in 2008 as an Azimut Grande model and refitted in 2014. An interior by Carlo Galeazzi in cherry wood accommodates 12 guests in a full beam master suite, two VIP suites and two twin cabins with Pullman berths, all with en suite facilities.

The main deck saloon is dominated by a generous open space organised in three distinct areas, with large, comfortable sofas for conversation, a fully appointed bar counter area and finally, amidships, the dining area.

Large deck spaces include a comfortable shaded aft deck with al fresco entertaining and dining for 10 guests on upholstered seating and a large table, a vast sundeck with sun pads and dining facilities and on the flybridge – the largest in this size range - there is a Jacuzzi spa plus more sunbathing areas.

Her €1.5 million refit in 2014 saw her receive new paint, a refreshed interior, extensive extra noise insulation, upgrades to all mechanical and electronic systems, plus much more.

Artemy has had just two owners since new and recently underwent a further upgrade at the yard. Twin 2,400hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 23 knots and she is fitted with Trac zero speed stabilisers.

Lying in Viareggio, Artemy was asking €4.5 million.

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