After just two months on the market, the 31.78 metre sailing yacht Seawave has been sold by Yachting Partners International with Will Bishop representing both buyer and seller.
Built in carbon composite by South African yard Southern Wind Shipyard to RINA class with external and internal styling by Nauta Yachts and naval architecture by Farr Yacht Design, Seawave was delivered in 2015 as the fourth yacht in the yard’s 102’ series. The interior features horizontal open grain teak and ivory linens, accommodating eight guests in four cabins comprising a master suite, double and two twins, and all guest cabins have en suite shower facilities.
The panoramic deck saloon features unobstructed views of the outside and has a raised U-shaped settee in cream coloured upholstery and a coffee table to starboard, and a large dining area to port for up to 10 guests. Large windows and overhead hatches provide plenty of light.
Recessed twin helm positions free up space on deck and there are ample seating areas in the large cockpit for all the guests to enjoy an exhilarating sailing experience.
Seawave has a main sail area of 292 square metres, a carbon fibre mast and boom and a draught of four metres. Under power, her top speed is 11 knots courtesy of a 305hp Cummins QSB6.7 MCD diesel engine.
Lying in Palma, Spain, Seawave was asking €8,350,000 with VAT paid.