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Falcon motor yacht Synergy sold

The 30.7 metre motor yacht Synergy has been sold with Pierre Vezilier at My Sea representing the seller and Benjamin Bensahel at G-Yachts introducing the buyer.

Built in GRP by Italian yard Falcon Yachts to a design by Stefano Righini and delivered in 2003, Synergy had a complete interior refit in 2010 with new entertainment and communication systems. She accommodates up to 11 guests in five well-appointed cabins including a master suite on the main deck along with a full beam VIP double below aft, a double and two twin cabins, all with en suite shower facilities.

The saloon is surrounded by wrap around windows creating a light and airy area with comfortable seating, a bar and an entertainment centre including a large flat screen television while forward is a formal dining room with seating for 10 guests.

Lovers of the outdoors are well catered for by a sheltered aft deck with seating and a table while the sundeck offers further al fresco entertainment with a bar, settees, table, sun pads and sun loungers, all sheltered by a Bimini top.

"The yacht has been superbly maintained," said her broker. "And when you step aboard and see the facilities and space on offer, you realise how well designed this yacht actually is."

Twin MTU 16V 2000 M90 engines give her a cruising speed of 20 knots and a top speed of 24 knots.

Lying in Cannes, France, Synergy was asking €2.2 million and has now been taken off the charter market.

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