Ocean Independence sells superyacht Paolyre

29 August 2013 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Eric Trupheme at Ocean Independence has sold the 32.7m motor yacht Paolyre to a direct client.

Built by OCEA in 2008, Paolyre accommodates 10 guests in five cabins. Her aft deck features a seating area with a large table for eight guests, while the upper deck is covered by a fixed sunroof and has six sofas and four dining tables, plus a grill, bar and Jacuzzi. Paolyre is French commercial classed and MCA compliant.

Paolyre was built to travel around the world, to face the worst seas and the oceans in total safety and comfort. She is constructed with an aluminium hull and the superstructure and features high-grade stainless steel for the deck fittings and hardware, and rare marbles and woods are used for the interior and decks.

Paolyre was asking €3.9 million.

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