The 37-metre motor yacht Singolare has been sold with the buyer represented by Nathan Farrelly at Edmiston and seller by Edouard Vignal at Ocean Independence.
Constructed in GRP by Custom Line, Singolare was delivered in 2018 as one of the yard’s Navetta 37 series. The yacht bears the stylings of Zuccon International Project and can accommodate 11 guests in five cabins, including a luxurious full-beam master suite located on the main deck. She also houses room for up to seven crew members.
Highlights include a large, open-style beach club with a swim platform below a spacious al fresco dining space on the main deck. Up on the flybridge, she boasts a large spa pool underneath shade provided by a Bimini top. Aft, guests can find additional seating enjoying panoramic ocean views.
Moving inside, Singolare’s main saloon comprises twin settees port and starboard with a formal dining table for eight guests forward. Ample natural light is provided via frequent large windows.
Singolare also hosts an abundance of sea toys, including two Williams tenders and a Seadoo GTX 300. The yacht also boasts zero speed stabilisers for onboard comfort.
Twin MAN diesel engines provide a top speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Singolare was asking $13,500,000.