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Baia motor yacht Xasteria sold

Baia motor yacht Xasteria sold

The 25 metre motor yacht Xasteria, listed for sale by Dimitris Kyriazakos at Ekka Yachts, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Rupert Gregory at Rick Obey & Associates.

Launched in 2003 and continuously upgraded ever since, she was built from GRP by Baia as part of the Italian yard’s 80 Panther series. Her latest refit was completed early in 2017 and included a new silver hull finish, new propellers, new underwater lights, a new canvas bimini, a new stern thruster and a new water maker.

Accommodation is for up to seven guests split between three en-suite staterooms, including a full-beam master cabin, a double and a twin cabin with a pullman berth. Meanwhile the crew quarters are situated in the bow and allow for a staff of three people.

A large sunpad dominates the aft deck, while the main saloon area includes a C-shaped wrap of seating to starboard. Further lounging space is available below decks.

Her entertainment centre is highly specified with a Samsung 3D television, Apple TV and Bose Dolby surround sound system. The galley is similarly well kitted out, with appliances by Miele, Bosch and Kenwood, and her garage houses a Novamarine RH340 jet tender.

Power comes from a pair of 2,000hp MTU 16V2000 M91 engines twinned to Arneson surface drives that propel her to a sporty top speed of 49.7 knots. When trimmed back to 37 knots, she is capable of a maximum range of more than 400 miles, thanks to a total fuel capacity of 5,700 litres.

Xasteria was asking €790,000.

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