The 31.6-metre classic motor yacht Sounion II has been newly listed for sale by Roy Posthuma of Moravia Yachting.
Built of steel and aluminium by Benetti in 1969, she has been extensively refitted in recent years and has an interior by Anouska Hempel, who the broker said gave Sounion II "a subtle Asian influence".
Accommodation is for up to 10 guests in four cabins. The master stateroom is located on the upper deck, with direct access to an aft exterior lounge. There is also what is described as a second master suite, positioned forward of the engine room on the lower deck. A VIP double and a twin cabin, aft of the engine room, complete the arrangement. There are quarters for a crew of six.
Space has been optimised across her three decks. Sounion II's saloon leads forward to a longitudinal dining area with two rectangular tables that can be joined to form one long one. Contemporary wood finishes are evident throughout, from bulkheads to soles and furniture.
On deck, there is the possibility for al fresco dining aft of the saloon, shaded by the overhanging sundeck. Right aft in the canoe stern is a circular seating area, perfect for cocktails at any time.
The broker said that "she embodies the timeless style of these canoe-sterned classics whilst offering an owner all the comfort and amenities associated with the modern superyacht lifestyle".
The Bureau Veritas classed, 169GT classic yacht for sale is powered by a pair of overhauled 750hp Volvo diesels, giving her a top speed of 13 knots and cruising speed of 11.5 knots. Range is 2,900 nautical miles at 11 knots.
Sounion II is asking €4,200,000. She will be on display at Cannes Yachting Festival.