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ISA superyacht Matsu sold

The 36.45 metre motor yacht Matsu has been sold with James Rayner at Camper & Nicholsons representing the seller while James Bland at Globe Regal and Iain Smallridge at Pearl Yachts introduced the buyer.

Built in GRP by Italian superyacht yard ISA to a design by Andrea Vallicelli, Matsu was delivered in 2007 and is RINA classed and MCA compliant. A sumptuous interior by Christiano Gatto sleeps eight guests in a main deck master suite, a VIP suite a double and a twin, all with en suite facilities. Accommodation for a crew of up to six in three cabins is also provided.

The master stateroom at main deck level even boasts its own Jacuzzi. There is full air conditioning and a sophisticated integrated entertainment system throughout the yacht. On the flybridge this stunning yacht has two king size double sun lounging beds to enjoy the weather during the day and there is a spacious seating area, wet bar, sink and electric barbecue for al fresco entertaining and dining.

She has outstanding deck areas with multiple spaces for relaxing and entertaining including an expansive aft deck offering more al fresco dining or cocktails for eight guests, and all her water toys are stored in enclosed garages. She is also currently registered for charter, providing adding value for owners who like to have charter income covering her outgoings. Three 2,000hp MTU engines linked to triple KaMeWa water jets give her a cruising speed of 28 knots and a maximum speed of 33 knots.

Matsu was asking €3.5 million.

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