The 50 metre Tankoa motor yacht Bintador is now under new ownership after being sold in-house by Giancarlo Mussino at Sinos SA in Switzerland.
Built in aluminium by Tankoa Yachts to a design by Francesco Paszkowski, she was delivered in 2019 and has never been chartered. Accommodation is for 12 guests in six cabins, all with en suite bathroom facilities.
The master suite is located on the main deck with side terraces in both the port and starboard sides, plus a lounge and office while the lower deck is dedicated to the guest accommodation, consisting of three VIP suites and two twin cabins.
The main deck saloon provides plenty of space for guests to move around and the L-shaped lounge receives plenty of light from the many broad windows running down both sides. A coffee table and two armchairs complete the setup, which is designed for conversation and for relaxing entertainment including the widescreen television set positioned on the starboard side.
The lower deck is fitted with a large fold-out swim platform that opens up the beach club to the natural air. Two staircases lead up to the main deck aft, where the layout provides an abundance of sun pads to the stern and an outward-facing C-shaped sofa, plus a coffee table and a bar located next to the main saloon aft sliding doors.
Bintador has four operational modes: traditional propulsion, powered by twin MTU 8V 4000 M54 engines, which provides a top speed of 16.5 knots; diesel-electric mode using only the 300kW electric motors, which still achieves 10.5 knots; hybrid propulsion with one MTU and both electric engines on for 12 knots; and boost mode with both of the MTUs and electric engines on, giving a top speed of 18 knots.
Bintador was asking €25,500,000.