The 42.6 metre motor yacht Emotion2 has been sold after five months on the market, with Kevin Ralph at Worth Avenue Yachts acting on behalf of the buyer and Jamie Small at Burgess representing the seller.
Emotion2, previously named Emerald Star, was built in GRP by Italian yard CRN to a design by Zuccon International and delivered in 2007. She was built to RINA and ABS class and is MCA compliant, and was refitted in 2017 where she received an exterior repaint, technical overhaul and an interior refit.
A classically-styled interior is characterised by light cherry wood that combines neutral styling with striking artwork and accents of red. Elsewhere, a comfortable sky lounge converts to a cinema complete with a 60 inch plasma television screen and surround sound, while an iPad-controlled entertainment centre features.
Her three decks offer an abundance of entertaining spaces while her vast sundeck has al fresco dining for 12 guests with a Jacuzzi spa, bar and barbecue.
A flexible accommodation arrangement includes the full-beam master suite with a private balcony, 42 inch plasma television screen, his and hers bathrooms, walk in wardrobe and private study on the main deck, two VIP suites, one double and one twin cabin with a Pullman berth, all on the lower deck and all with LCD television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
Twin Caterpillar C-32C engines give her a cruising speed of 12 knots, a range of 4,000 nautical miles and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.
Emotion2 was asking €9,500,000.