The 41.1-metre motor yacht Komokwa has been sold with Matthew Martin of Fraser and Alex G. Clarke of Denison Yachting representing the seller. Kurt Bosshardt of Denison introduced the buyer.
Komokwa was built in GRP by Taiwanese yard Horizon to a design by Espinosa Yacht Design and was delivered in 2010 as one of the yard’s Premier 135 series. The brokers pointed out "she was the only Premier 135 built to DNV class. She had been well maintained by her original owner of 10 years and cruised 65,000 nautical miles around the globe".
The light and contemporary interior, boasting extensive wood veneers and carpets, accommodates 13 guests in six cabins including a full-beam owner’s suite on the bridge deck with lounge and private aft deck. Interior styling is by Claudia Drettman.
There is a second master suite on the main deck, while on the lower deck lie a double and a twin cabin. All guest cabins have entertainment centres, flatscreen television sets and ensuite bathroom facilities while four further cabins sleep nine crew.
A large 70-square-metre saloon, clad in elegant wood panelling, has comfortable seating, a bar and an entertainment system including a large television screen. The aft deck is another capacious area and offers al fresco dining for up to 10 guests, enhanced by a barbecue, fridge, ice maker and television screen.
Plentiful deck areas include a vast flybridge offering the best on-board views, a Jacuzzi, bar, additional comfortable seating and further dining options for guests.
Komokwa has a top speed of 15 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 2,700 nautical miles with power coming from two 1,550hp MTU 8V4000M70 diesel engines, with extended MTU warranty to May 2025. For added comfort, the 398GT yacht is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.
Komokwa was asking $6,900,000.