The deep-V planing 29.1-metre motor yacht Wanderlust has been sold with Andy McDougall of Mediterranean Yachts representing the seller and Özlem Lafortune of Lafortune Yachts representing the buyer.
Built in GRP by Italian yard Sanlorenzo and delivered in 2022, the almost new SL96 Asymmetric model was sold after four months on the market. Exterior and interior design is by Zuccon International Project.
Accommodation is for eleven guests in five cabins with the large owner's cabin – featuring triple aspect windows and a door directly to the side deck – on the main deck and two VIPs, one double and a twin cabin on the lower deck. The yacht also has quarters for up to five crew members.
The broker pointed out that the yacht had been "built for a discerning owner with extensive Mediterranean cruising in mind". Deck spaces offer plenty of options for sunbathing and al fresco dining from bow to stern. The flybridge is well protected by the dark bimini that supports a pair of satellite domes.
Wanderlust has low engine hours on the twin 2,216hp MTU 16V2000 M86 engines that push her to a top speed of 27 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots. She also sports CMC Electric Stabilisers with zero speed function for comfort underway or at anchor.
Wanderlust was asking €7,900,000.