2 images

Intermarine motor yacht Gypsea sold

4 January 2021• Written by Malcolm Maclean

The 35.3 metre Intermarine motor yacht Gypsea has been sold with the buyer and seller represented by Kurt Bosshardt at Denison Yachting.

Built in GRP by Italian yard Intermarine to a design by Marco Pinna, Gypsea was delivered in 1998 and is ABS classed, with her most recent refit in 2017. A cool, understated interior by Paola D Smith in shades of aquamarine can accommodate up to ten guests in five cabins comprising a full-beam master suite, two VIP suites and two twin cabins. All guest cabins have entertainment centres, satellite television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities, and there are quarters for four crew.

Gypsea was asking $3,699,000

The main saloon has a wrap-around settee and two swivel chairs to port facing an entertainment centre including a large screen Apple television mounted on a rise-and-fall mechanism, plus a Denon stereo surround sound system. Forward is a dining table seating up to ten guests and storage cabinets for glassware, two sets of china and silver.

Her large aft deck comes with comfortable loose seating and a vast table for al fresco dining, while the sundeck offers panoramic views, settees, a table and large sunpad.

Her top speed is 19 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 2,100 nautical miles at 15.5 knots with power coming from two 1,800hp MTU 16V 2000M90 diesel engines.

Gypsea was asking $3,699,000.

Step on board more of the world's best superyachts for sale and under construction at the Virtual BOAT Show.


Sponsored listings