The 31.4-metre Overmarine motor yacht Mach 2 has been sold with Alex Busher of Edmiston and Alexandre Pizano of Barnes Yachting representing the seller and Nikolas Daoutis of Atalanta Marine representing the buyer.
The broker pointed out that Mach 2 had only been used privately and benefits from having had the same owner for many years, who maintained her very well.
Accommodation is for "eight plus two" guests in four cabins, the owner's suite being full-beam amidships and the VIP double cabin located forward. In between, there are two twin guest cabins, each with additional Pullman berths, and aft are quarters for a crew of four.
Light wood soles, cream-upholstered sofas and glossy teak furniture set the tone for the interior, described as having "a clean aesthetic" and including two saloons. On deck, Mach 2 offers shaded al fresco dining at a circular table and sports sunpads galore.
Powered by twin MTUs, driving KaMeWa waterjets, the 134GT, Bureau Veritas-classed open boat can cruise at 25 knots and tops out at 29 knots. A Zodiac tender, Yamaha jet ski and Seabob were included in the inventory.
Mach 2 was asking €1,950,000.