The 36.58 metre Palmer Johnson motor yacht Ascari 1 has been sold by Eric Castillo at Yacht Access, while Jose Arana at 1 Ocean Yachts represented the buyer.
Built in aluminium and GRP by US yard Palmer Johnson, Ascari 1 was delivered in 2003 and had an extensive refit in 2016/2017. Naval architecture was designed in-house while Nuvolari Lenard penned her interior and the exterior with its aggressive, muscular lines.
She accommodates up to 10 guests in four suites, all located on the lower deck. The full beam master suite sits forward, boasting a study, a private lounge and his and hers en suite bathrooms with a steam room. All guest cabins have entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities while crew quarters sleep up to five members of staff.
The sundeck provides a comfortable space for guests to relax, with ample sunbeds and a lounge area. Below, the main deck aft features a large dining table for up to 12 people and lounge seating for five, with a large TV connected to the entertainment system. Shade is provided via a Bimini top.
Moving inside, the main saloon features a large breakfast table and cocktail bar, with crew access to the galley located portside. Forward, plentiful chairs are found while various soft lighting configurations create a homely atmosphere.
Her top speed is 28 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 900 nautical miles at 22 knots courtesy of two 2,2850hp MTU 396 diesel engines.
Ascari 1's price was withheld.