The 26 metre motor yacht La Dolce Vita, listed for sale by Rytis Babravicius at Ocean Independence, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Derk Jan Rolff at Northrop & Johnson.
Designed by Mulder Design, La Dolce Vita was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Moonen to Lloyd's class and delivered in 1999 with a comprehensive refit in 2011/2012. The interior decor in cherry wood veneers with solid cherry inserts runs throughout the yacht, which can accommodate up to six guests in three cabins laid out as a master suite, double and twin. All guest cabins have entertainment centres and en suite bathroom facilities, while a further two cabins sleep up to three crewmembers.
The main saloon has warm cherry wood joinery matched with fine leathers and fabrics, a large settee to port and an eclectic range of armchairs and coffee tables. To starboard is an entertainment centre including a 42-inch retractable television screen, while further forward is a dining area with seating for up to eight guests.
The sheltered aft deck is arranged for al fresco entertaining and dining, while up on the sundeck is a port helm station forward and a large guest area offering built-in upholstered seating with two tables to port and a wet bar and barbecue to starboard, all sheltered by a Bimini top.
Twin MAN 670hp diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 12 knots, topping out at 13 knots, and she is fitted with Koopnautic zero-speed stabilisers.
La Dolce Vita was asking €1,250,000 with VAT paid.