The 35.2 metre Sunseeker 116 Enigma has been sold with West Nautical acting for the seller, with Arcon Yachts, and Northrop & Johnson introducing the buyer.
Enigma had had only one owner since new and was delivered in 2020 as a Sunseeker 116 model. She was built to Sunseeker's Platinum specification and features a heavily customised interior package by the renowned Vickers Studio with an additional €500,000 spent on custom AV and IT systems from Videoworks throughout.
An open-plan saloon features a low-slung sofa facing sliding glass doors that offer access to the side deck on the port side. Forward is a dining table that seats ten, set against a handcrafted mosaic feature wall and beneath a modern chandelier. Chocolate woods and leathers feature throughout the vessel with bronze accents and pops of blue
Accommodation is for a total of 10 guests in a five-cabin configuration, including a full-beam master cabin forward on the main deck. The remaining guest cabins are located on the lower deck and comprise two twins that can be converted to doubles, each with an additional Pullman berth, and two VIP cabins. Further accommodation sleeps a crew of five.
There are two main sun lounging spots on board Enigma. The first, naturally, is the sundeck where guests can soak up the sun on loose loungers aft or enjoy lunch beneath the shade of a hard top. A sit-up bar and splashproof television are two bonus features on this deck and the sunroof can be opened or closed as required. The second spot can be found on the foredeck with large seating areas shaded by pop-up awnings, sun pads with adjustable backrests, and a Jacuzzi.
Power comes from a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96 engines with low hours deliving a top speed of 24 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots. She is fitted with zero-speed stabilsers for comfort at anchor.
Enigma was asking €12,750,000.