The 34.14 metre Baltic sailing yacht Nilaya has been sold with Superyacht Partners representing the seller and Ocean Independence introducing the buyer.
Built in composite by Baltic and delivered in 2010 with a refit in 2017, she was penned by Nauta Design, who also designed the interior. Since she was delivered she has proven to be one of the most successful high-performance superyachts launched by Baltic Yachts to date, with numerous regatta wins to her name.
The accommodation comprises four spacious guest cabins including a large and luxurious owner’s suite, three crew cabins and a huge galley. She displaces just 89 tons and features a lifting keel that reduces her draft from 5.5 metres to just 3.5 metres. A key feature is a sleek, low-level deckhouse providing an immense amount of natural light below and a panoramic view from within.
When she was launched she heralded a new breed of genuine multi-role superyachts that combine racing performance with superb comfort and exceptional, high-speed cruising capability.
Under power, a 418hp Cummins diesel engine allows a comfortable cruising speed of 12 knots.
Nilaya was asking €9,250,000 with VAT paid.