The ownership of Seven Sins is now shared, with over 40% of the yacht sold to a new European co-owner. The remaining percentage meanwhile remains held by the existing owner. It is understood that the yacht is one of the largest to ever enter a co-ownership arrangement.
Built by Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo, Seven Sins was delivered in 2017 as the first model in the new 52 Steel series. She was designed inside and out by Officina Italiana Design and scooped a coveted Neptune at the World Superyacht Awards in 2018.
Seven Sins can sleep up to 10 guests in five cabins, comprising a master suite, two doubles and two twins. All cabins feature leathers in warm tobacco brown and cool white, as well as bronze mirror television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities.
One of the highlights on board Seven Sins is her large beach club area, set beneath a glass-bottom swimming pool, with fold-out balconies, a gym and a sauna. When not in use, the area transforms into a floodable drive-in tender garage.
Meanwhile, the sundeck is likely to be the most popular al fresco spot on board. With loose furniture from Paola Lenti, it offers a rank of sun loungers aft, comfortable seating around coffee tables, a dining table for 12, and a glamorous bar clad in silver-flecked granite that shimmers in the sunlight.
Power comes from two 2000hp Caterpillar 3512-C diesel engines for a top speed of 17 knots and a range of 4,400 nautical miles when cruising at 11 knots.