The 41.45 metre Palmer Johnson motor yacht Griffin has been sold by Tom Barnes at Bluewater, with Michael Bach and Thom Conboy of Denison Yachting representing the buyer.
Built in aluminium by Palmer Johnson to Lloyds class and designed by Nuvolari Lenard, she was delivered in 2012.
She is the last one of the PJ 135 series, featuring generous interior and exterior spaces while retaining the smooth lines of her smaller 120 predecessor.
With a strong charter history behind her, Griffin accommodates up to 12 guests in five spacious ensuite cabins, including a full beam master suite.
Her open main saloon provides plentiful comfortable seating and leads through to a sophisticated formal dining area that showcases contemporary styling and striking furnishings.
Substantial deck areas are ideal for outdoor relaxing and entertaining at sea. A beam of 8.38 metres allows for a vast sundeck as well as an impressive flybridge, which boasts a spa pool and a number of seating options. On her main deck, an al fresco dining space offers guests a private area perfect for entertaining.
Twin 3,650hp MTU engines give her a range of 1,700 nautical miles and she is fitted with Trac at-anchor stabilizers.
Griffin was asking €11,000,000 with VAT paid.