The 34-metre motor yacht Cornelia is newly listed for sale with David Westwood of TWW Yachts.
Built by Turkish yard RMK Marine, the vessel was delivered in 2006 with a steel hull and a superstructure made of aluminium and composite GRP. The yacht's exterior features the design talents of Willem De Vries Lentsch Jr. with interiors by Felix Buytendijk.
Cornelia accommodates a party of up to nine across four cabins for sleeping – versus 12 guests when cruising – with further quarters for a crew of six. In 2022, her interior benefitted from a series of cosmetic upgrades, including newly sanded and varnished soles and new carpets in the guest cabins. On deck, the yacht has received new deckhead panels and a new bimini on the bridge deck.
The broker emphasised Cornelia's "timeless appeal" and said she is a "true gentleman's yacht". Finishes are predominantly satin wood veneers complemented by cream soft furnishings, carpets and hard bathroom surfaces. A formal dining area is positioned longitudinally, forward of the saloon to starboard, but the oval table on the aft deck and the circular table on the upper deck are also popular in fine weather.
Cornelia has built up a good charter record in the Mediterranean and has an inventory of water toys, comprising two Tiwal sailing dinghies, two Seabob F5s and a selection of towable toys.
The 292GT yacht for sale is powered by a single 818hp ABC engine, giving her a maximum range of 4,600 nautical miles, a cruising speed of 10 knots and a top speed of 12 knots. She is also fitted with zero-speed stabilisers.
Lying in the South of France, Cornelia is asking €6,500,000.