The 26.1 metre CBI Navi motor yacht Virgen del Mar V has been sold with both buyer and seller represented by Arne Ploch of Camper & Nicholsons International.
She was built in steel and aluminium by Italian yard CBI Navi to a design by Luca Dini and delivered in 2001 with a major refit in 2018. Up to nine guests can be accommodated in four comfortable cabins comprising an owner's double suite, guest VIP suite with twin bed and two further twin cabins, one of which has a Pullman berth, and all cabins have en suite bathroom facilities.
Her interior layout features neutral tones with warm wood panelling and the arrangement is spread across two decks: the accommodation is below and the main saloon and galley are on the main deck, with easy access to the yacht's aft seating area and top deck, which is ideal for lounging in the sunshine.
She has a variety of noteworthy features which include her impressive range, for a yacht her size, of 1,386 nautical miles and her relatively shallow draft of 2.1 metres. This gives her guests the opportunity to explore shallow and secluded anchorages across the globe, not to mention access to the world’s most popular marinas. Twin 1,050hp Caterpillar diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 12 knots topping out at 14 knots.
Virgen del Mar V Vwas asking €995,000.
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