The 91.5 metre motor yacht Tranquility (previously Equanimity) has been re-listed for sale with an asking price of $200m by Alex Lees-Buckley at Camper & Nicholsons International.
It comes after the yacht was last sold earlier this year to destination resort business Genting Malaysia Bhd. The new asking price represents a significant increase of $74m on the $126m (£95.9m) that secured the yacht's sale in May. The auction followed the seizure of the superyacht in August 2018.
Tranquility also made headlines in the summer when she was chartered by billionaire businesswoman Kylie Jenner, who was celebrating her 22nd birthday off the coast of Capri, Italy.
Tranquility was the first yacht built to the PYC standard when she was delivered in June 2014 by Dutch yard Oceanco, going on to receive a nomination at the 2015 World Superyacht Awards . The interior, by Winch Design, is inspired by Asia and includes the use of materials like wenge, gold leaf, bamboo and marble. Tranquility is commercially approved to sleep 22 guests, making her a desirable charter yacht.
Lifestyle features include a spectacular aft beach club which transitions through to a gym with glass doors leading to a large swimming platform on the starboard side, and an indulgent spa suite - complete with a sauna, hammam, showers and a massage and beauty room.
The owner’s private deck offers a master suite with his and hers dressing rooms and bathrooms and a convertible study/double cabin. There is a private balcony and Jacuzzi forward.
The interior configuration of this yacht for sale allows for nine further guest cabins. There is a full-beam VIP suite on the bridge deck which benefits from spectacular views overlooking the swimming pool below. There are four VIP suites on the main deck, two of which feature private balconies, and the starboard VIP has a sliding partition to the adjacent cabin, allowing it to be extended if required. The VIP suites are configured as two twins and two doubles, all with a sofa that can be converted into an extra single berth if required. Her top speed is 19.5 knots and her power comes from two 4,828.hp MTU 20V4000M73 diesel engines.
Tranquility is asking $200,000,000.