The 31.7-metre motor yacht Espiritu Santo has joined the market with Peter Redford and Eugenio Cannarsa of Fraser.
Built in France by Ocea in 2002 and last refitted in 2022, the all-aluminium ocean-going vessel features naval architecture and exterior by Joubert-Nivelt and interiors by Olivier Flahault.
She has proven her capabilities with a transpacific and several Alaska passages under her belt and the broker said "she is the perfect balance between a real engineered explorer yacht and an exquisitely comfortable yacht designed for living on board". She has been cruising around the wild coasts of Australia for the past two years.
Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins with the master on the main deck. The broker pointed out "she is presented in immaculate condition and has been maintained by a conscientious, permanent crew".
Never chartered, the privately-owned 210GT explorer yacht for sale is powered by a pair of Baudouin 475hp diesel engines giving her a cruising range of 3,400 nautical miles at 8 knots and a top speed of 13 knots. She has a long keel, offering a draft of 2.4 metres as well as propeller protection. Classified to DNV, the vessel completed her class survey in 2022.
Lying in Port Douglas, Australia, Espiritu Santo is asking €4,600,000.