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Sunseeker motor yacht Lady Rima sold

The 37 metre motor yacht Lady Rima, listed for sale by Richard Tilley at Sunseeker London, has been sold with Sunseeker Cyprus acting for the buyer.

Built in GRP by UK yard Sunseeker International, Lady Rima was delivered in 2009 as the first tri-deck vessel built by this prolific yard. Accommodation is for up to 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a full beam master suite on the main deck and four lower deck cabins including a VIP suite, all with full en suite facilities

Finished in black American walnut satin joinery with individual detailing, she boasts a timeless and striking interior built to the highest Sunseeker quality. There are lounge saloons on both the main and upper decks, numerous areas for socialising and a garage for water toys catering for energetic guests. She boasts three internal decks, not including the sky deck above, and presents both the volume of a much larger boat and also the luxury that is promised by the brand name.

The main saloon, with a richly decorated interior design, has a bar and spacious seating plus a large television screen and entertainment system acting as a divider from the dining area with formal seating for 12 guests.

Equipped with twin MTU 12V 4000 M90 engines, she has numerous extras including stabilisers, a tropical air conditioning upgrade, an extended range fuel tank, a teak sky deck, stern thruster, FLIR camera and KVH V7 satellite television system, along with many other options.

Lying in Cyprus, Lady Rima was asking £6,250,000

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