The 35 metre Princess motor yacht El Guajiro has been sold by James Hall and David Westwood of TWW in Monaco, with Felix Sowerbutts of Christie Yachts introducing the buyer.
Built in GRP to RINA class by British yard Princess with naval architecture by Bernard Olesinsky, she was delivered in 2017 and has only been used privately since.
An interior with oak-finished walnut wood panelling has accommodation for up to 10 guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, two doubles and convertible full-beam VIP suite. All guest cabins have entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities while the crew quarters sleep five staff.
The saloon has settees and armchairs arranged in a U-shaped configuration around a large coffee table and an entertainment centre including a large LED television screen and a stereo surround sound system. A special feature here is a pair of glass sliding doors to starboard leading out to a sea balcony. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for eight guests and storage for glassware, china and silver.
The aft main deck has comfortable built-in upholstered bench seating and three chairs, a table and a full wet bar, making this the perfect location for al fresco entertaining and dining. Upstairs, the flybridge comes with U-shaped upholstered seating, a wet bar, a Jacuzzi tub and sun loungers, with a GRP hard top forward offering protection from the sun.
Her top speed is 22 knots and her power comes from two 2,400hp MTU 16V2000M93 diesel engines.
El Guajiro was asking €9,995,000.