The 44.5-metre Sanlorenzo motor yacht Kamakasa has been sold with Simpson Superyachts representing the seller and Italian Yacht Group's Boomer Jousma bringing the buyer.
Kamakasa is the second hull in the Sanlorenzo 44 Alloy series, built in aluminium to a design by Zuccon International Project. Delivered in 2020, she was offered for sale with low engine hours, having rarely been used by the owner.
Kamakasa boasts an impressive interior volume with a three-level full-beam master suite, complete with a private Jacuzzi and exterior bow lounge access. Four generous guest cabins can be found on the lower deck and allow for a total party of 11.
Access from the aft deck to the bow and flybridge flows seamlessly thanks to her unconventional design, with the latter presenting as one of the largest in her category. She displays a contemporary interior style, with crisp white furniture and light-grained marble, contrasting against the distinct pairing of rich wood panelling and glossy black bulkheads.
Additional features include a generous foredeck, as well as a multi-purpose beach club that can function as a bar, lounge and gym. The beach club has also been designed to open on three sides, with lateral garage space for a seven-metre tender.
The 483GT yacht for sale has a maximum speed of 21 knots, cruising speed of 18 knots and a maximum range of 2,000 nautical miles, powered by twin 2,636hp MTU diesel engines. Zero speed stabilisers hold her steady at anchor and underway.
Kamakasa was asking €24,900,000.