The 43 metre Mangusta motor yacht Eva 4.Eva has been sold by Ian Sherwood of Burgess, with support from Mangusta and the yacht's captain Ivan Marcelic.
Now renamed Sanctuary, the yacht is one of five Mangusta Oceano 43 models on the water built in steel and aluminium and designed inside and out by Alberto Mancini. Commercially coded, she has found success as a charter yacht since her delivery in 2019.
Within her 450GT, she can sleep up to 12 guests across five cabins with further accommodation for a crew of seven. The master suite is full-beam and features a fold-down balcony; the main saloon is open-plan and features walkways down either side that lead to a foredeck sun lounge.
Aft is a dining table for up to 10 guests, with easy access from a fully equipped galley. Throughout the yacht's plush interiors, ample natural light is provided via frequent large windows.
Sanctuary boasts expansive exterior decks with plenty of options for al fresco entertaining. Her foredeck is home to a number of sunpads, a U-shaped sofa and a glass-fronted pool for salt-free swims, while a beach club and swim platform offer easy access to the sea.
Power comes from a pair of MTU engines for a top speed of 16 knots. She also carries two Jet Skis, a 10 metre Sacs tender and 4.9 metre Castoldi Jet tender.
Sanctuary was asking €23,900,000