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Sunseeker motor yacht Never Say Never for sale

The 40 metre motor yacht Never Say Never has changed central agencies and is now listed for sale by David Jones at Sunseeker Poole.

Built in GRP by UK yard Sunseeker International, she was delivered in 2011 as a Sunseeker 130 Sport Yacht and is presented in immaculate condition, having never been chartered. It is not just the exterior of Never Say Never which is striking: the yacht's very knowledgeable owner commissioned world renowned superyacht designer Ken Frievokh to design the yacht's interiors. At an additional cost of $1.5 million, Freivokh designed a completely bespoke interior, going to the extent of commissioning the master cabinet makers at Candido Interiors to upgrade all interior joinery on the boat.

She sleeps 10 guests in five luxurious en suite cabins consisting of a full beam master suite on the main deck forward of the saloon, and four equal sized queen cabins on the lower deck.

In 2013 the vessel underwent thorough additional work to upgrade a number of electrical, mechanical, cosmetic and stabiliser details. She boasts copious entertaining areas including the sports flybridge, complete with a retracting hard top and Jacuzzi tub. Twin 3,460hp MTU engines power her to speeds of up to 25 knots.

Lying in the Mediterranean, Never Say Never is asking €10 million.

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