The 42 metre Marine Industrial motor yacht Carmen Fontana has been sold in-house by Spiros Andrikopoulos at Attica Yachts, with Yannis Vichas representing buyer.
Constructed with a steel hull and GRP superstructure by Greek yard Marine Industrial, the yacht sports an exterior by Lally Poulias, while Athos Malliris developed the naval architecture. She was delivered in 1992 as Marine Industrial’s flagship.
Elsewhere, an airy main saloon offers comfortable seating via a large sofa portside, with two dedicated armchairs starboard. Aft is a bar with seating for up to three guests, while large sliding doors lead through to the main deck aft. Here, guests can find al fresco dining for up to ten people. Other amenities include a large TV and drinks cabinet.
Forward sits a formal dining table for eight guests in a semi-closed-off space as stairs lead to the upper decks. Ample natural light is provided by frequent large windows.
Exterior socialising is possible on the upper deck aft and foredeck, while the sundeck boasts sun loungers and panoramic views of the ocean.
Powered by twin Deutz-MWM diesel engines, her top speed is 18 knots and the cruising speed is 16 knots. A range of 3,500 nautical miles is possible at a speed of 12 knots.