The 26.7 metre motor yacht Greenwich II, listed for sale by Nick Gelevert at Lengers Yachts, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Josh Gulbranson of Fraser.
Built in GRP by Italian yard Sanlorenzo with an exterior design by Officina Italiana Design, she was delivered in 2020 as an SX88 model. Her interior, in white French oak, features a four-cabin layout, offering accommodation for up to eight guests below deck.
Greenwich II incorporates several new design elements, such as an open transom, which allows both a 4.57 metre tender and Jet Ski to be loaded onto a 30 square metre bathing platform via an integrated davit crane. Moving further forward and the reverse-angled windshield adds to the explorer yacht aesthetic of this superyacht.
The sky lounge is another star feature, with a fixed forward windshield in front of the sole helm position and four-metre long side windows that can be lowered completely. A dedicated lounging area, aft of the mast, is left open to the elements.
The main deck has been designed without a wheelhouse, thus allowing guests to move from the cockpit to the bow with the minimum of obstacles and only two steps. Cutaway bulwarks help to increase the amount of light permeating this open-plan area, which comprises a saloon, galley and dining area.
Power comes from a Volvo Penta D13-IPS1050 poddrive propulsion system, which allows for a cruising speed of 20 knots topping out at 23 knots.
Greenwich II was asking €6,200,000.