The 35.2-metre sloop Solleone, jointly listed for sale with Fraser and Nautor Swan Brokerage, has been sold with George Ertsos of Atalanta Marine introducing the buyer and Lorenzo Bortolotti of Nautor Swan Brokerage representing the seller.
Solleone was delivered in 2015 by Nautor Swan as a raised saloon version of its then flagship Swan 115. She is designed as a performance cruiser by German Frers with a low-profile coachroof that elegantly blends into the teak deck.
Twin helm stations are set back from the main cockpit with sailing operations confined to the aft portion of her flush deck. A lifting keel gives a 5.75-metre draft when fully deployed and 3.5 metres when retracted, which allows her to access most harbours but also enjoy high performance and stability underway.
The centre guest cockpit is a focal point of her deck arrangement with two extendable teak tables on either side of the companionway. An overhead bimini pops up from the coachroof via a hydraulic system.
Her interior accommodates eight guests in four ensuite cabins and is finished in Burmese golden-aged teak with teak floorboards and a gloss finish. A large owner’s stateroom is aft and full-beam with overhead opening deck hatches and an L-shaped seating sofa on the starboard side. Meanwhile, crew accommodation is found forward and sleeps six.
The main saloon features two-facing sofas with a dining area forward on the port side that seats up to 10 guests.
Power comes from a single Scania DI13 070M engine delivering a top speed of 10 knots to the 145GT GRP sloop. Her four-spreader fractional rig is designed for offshore cruising with a carbon fibre mast, boom and rigging by Southern Spars.
Solleone was asking €13,000,000 with VAT paid.