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Baglietto superyacht Apache II sold

The 44 metre motor yacht Apache II, jointly listed for sale by Burgess and Northrop & Johnson, has been sold with Marine Marketing in Greece acting for the buyer.

Apache II was built in aluminium by Italian superyacht yard Baglietto to ABS class and launched in 2009, featuring exterior styling by Francesco Paszkowski who also designed the minimalist interior. She has an elegant formal dining room, as well as an al fresco dining space on the sun deck. The decor boasts a rich variety of natural materials such as leather, stained oak and Jerusalem Gold stone.

Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in a main deck master suite, two VIP suites and two twin cabins plus two Pullman berths. All cabins have entertainment centres, satellite television screens and en suite bathroom facilities. A particularly attractive feature comes with the folding balconies over the sea to port and starboard in the saloon and dining room, providing a splendid setting for pre-dinner drinks. The lounge area of the saloon has a comfortable L-shaped settee and a state of the art entertainment system including a 42 inch plasma television screen.

Al fresco entertaining is available on the aft deck and the superbly equipped sun deck, offering a wet bar, ice maker, fridge, Teppanyaki grill, sun loungers and a Bimini top.

Twin 3648hp MTU engines give Apache II a cruising speed of 25 knots and a top speed of 28 knots.

Apache II was asking €9.95 million.

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