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.
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.
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