The 31 metre motor yacht Espiritu Santo, listed for sale by David Legrand and Eugenio Cannarsa at Fraser, has been sold in an in-house deal.
Built in aluminium by French yard OCEA to a design by Joubert-Nivelt, she was delivered in 2002 and for her maiden voyage crossed the Atlantic and Pacific oceans from Les Sables d'Olonne, France to Auckland, New Zealand and joined the fleet of vessels accompanying the America's Cup 2002/2003.
Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins comprising a main deck master suite, two VIP suites and a twin, all with entertainment centres, Samsung LCD television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
An open plan saloon has large windows, comfortable seating on settees and chairs upholstered in brown velvet along with an entertainment centre including a 46-inch Samsung television screen and Bose surround sound. Forward is a dining area with seating for eight guests.
She was built to explore the globe’s oceans, to face high seas and strong winds, while her guests relax in comfort. She has high quality stainless steel deck fittings and hardware and rare marbles and woods are used for the interior. Twin 475hp Baudoin diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 10 knots topping out at 13 knots.
Espiritu Santo was asking €4,500,000.