The 31.5-metre Mangusta 105 Sport motor yacht Storm has been sold with Dennis Frederiksen of Fraser representing both buyer and seller.
Built of GRP by Overmarine in 2005, she was refitted in 2022 and was "offered in pristine condition having been maintained to a high standard by her long-standing professional crew," according to Frederiksen.
Designed by Stefano Righini, Storm was made for entertaining with its large aft deck, sunbeds and circular al fresco dining table. This exterior space flows into the upper saloon, which is equipped with an opening hardtop and a helm station forward. Below, guests will find the main saloon with a dining table for six to port and a large sofa opposite.
Nine guests are accommodated in four cabins comprising three doubles and a twin. Further quarters provide for up to four crew.
The 167GT yacht has a range of 370 nautical miles – plenty to get from St Tropez to Sardinia – and cruises at 26 knots with a top speed of 32 knots, driven by twin 2,250hp MTU engines. Storm is Bureau Veritas classed and also benefits from zero speed stabilisers.
Lying in Cannes, France, Storm was last asking €2,500,000 with VAT paid.