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37m Bayards sailing yacht Radiance finds new owner

15 September 2022

The 37 metre Radiance has been sold with Tim Carbury at Fraser Palma representing the seller and Bernard Gallay from Bernard Gallay Yacht Brokerage introducing the buyer.

Built in aluminium by Dutch yard Bayards Shipyard to a design by the inimitable Dubois Naval Architects, Radiance was delivered in 2010 as a fast cruiser/racer and most recently refitted in 2019. With a sloop rigging, she has been optimised for sailing short-handed by the inclusion of simplified sailing systems.

Radiance was asking €6,400,000

Her voluminous interior, finished in teak panelling, can accommodate up to eight guests in four comfortable cabins including a full-beam master suite. All cabins come with en suite shower facilities. Southeast Asian touches are an underlying influence throughout.

She features two decks including a raised saloon and a fixed bimini top over the cockpit, which has mechanically operated sliding windows. There is ample stowage forward of the mast and a fold-down bathing platform.

Radiance has a fixed keel and is equipped with a carbon mast, Oceanfurl boom and SCR continuous airfoil carbon rigging from Hall Spars as well as a full set of 3D moulded lightweight sails consisting of main, genoa, jib and staysail provided by North Sails. Under power, a 540hp Caterpillar engine gives her a cruising speed of 12 knots.

Radiance was asking €6,400,000.

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Bayards   37 m •  2010

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