The 25.9-metre motor yacht Lorca has been newly listed for sale with Pierre Badin and Florent Moranzoni at Denison Yachting.
Delivered in 1985, this classic yacht was acquired by her current owner in 2021. An experienced sailor, he undertook an extensive, 18-month project to almost entirely rebuild Lorca and optimise her for practical usage, including with a 1.5-metre extension to the stern. The all-aluminium yacht is now "in genuinely immaculate condition," according to the broker.
Lorca benefits from new exterior upholstery, an entirely repainted hull and superstructure as well as an engine room that has been partly rebuilt.
Accommodation is across four ensuite cabins, with further crew accommodation for two. Her interior has been modernised and its layout improved, now providing easier access to the yacht's exterior areas. Featuring ample sofa seating and warm woods, Lorca's main saloon leads to a large galley that opens onto an indoor dining table through a "bar style" kitchen counter with stools.
Her bow hosts a large sunbed while the sundeck offers a personalisable space with loose furniture. The aft deck is arranged with a comfortable dining and seating area. A crane on the aft sundeck has been removed (but could easily be reinstalled) in favour of an extension to the stern platform, making room for a brand-new, 3.6-metre Zodiac tender with a 40hp Yamaha outboard engine.
Powered by twin MTU engines, this yacht for sale has a maximum speed of 23 knots and an economic cruising speed of 12 knots.
Lying in Cannes, Lorca is asking €1,890,000 (VAT paid).