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Sunseeker motor yacht Simple Pleasure sold

The 30 metre motor yacht Simple Pleasure, listed for sale by Remy Becquet at Sunseeker France, has been sold with the buyer represented by James Wood at Sunseeker La Napoule and Andrew Thomas at Sunseeker Mallorca.

Built in GRP by British yard Sunseeker International, Simple Pleasure was delivered in 2009 and accommodates eight guests in four staterooms plus five crew. The master suite is on the main deck, while below there is a VIP stateroom plus port and starboard twin cabins, all with full en-suite bathroom facilities.

Wenge flooring, cream carpeting, leather sofas and satin finished black American walnut furniture throughout the saloon and dining areas create a warm and cosy atmosphere on the main deck. An impressive flybridge is ideal for entertaining day or night, with a full-width aft sun pad, Jacuzzi, wet bar, al fresco dining options, additional seating and a retractable sunroof.

The saloon and dining areas are on the main deck in an open-plan arrangement, with surrounding panoramic windows for optimum natural light and views. Aft, the lounge area offers two cream leather sofas, an occasional chair, a large coffee table and an entertainment system. Forward, a formal dining table seats eight guests with ease.

Twin 2,434hp MTU 16V2000 M93 diesel engines propel her to a cruising speed of 25 knots, topping out at 28 knots.

Simple Pleasure was asking €3.6 million.

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