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Burgess sells sportfish superyacht Mea Culpa

Hot news from Burgess that they've closed on their listing for sale, the 42.4 metre sportfish yacht Mea Culpa.

Designed by Jack Sarin, Mea Culpa was built by New Zealand yard McMullen & Wing to ABS class and delivered in 2003. She has travelled the globe since launch, covering 120,000 nautical miles. Mea Culpa recently underwent a $2 million major engineering refit including a complete overhaul of her engines and generators, now rebuilt with zero engine hours.

Her exquisite mahogany interior design is sophisticated and luxurious throughout, accommodating eight guests in four staterooms. These consist of a full beam main deck master suite with a king sized bed, his and hers bathrooms with a central spa tub, his and hers wardrobes, settee and desk. Below deck, there are two queen sized bed staterooms that are convertible to twin single berths and an additional twin stateroom with extra-long twin berths. All guest staterooms have full en suite facilities. On the technical side, twin 2,735hp MTU engines give her a cruising range of 2,900 nautical miles.

Mea Culpa was asking $14.9 million.

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