37m Tenix Defence explorer yacht Our Way sold

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37m Tenix Defence explorer yacht Our Way sold

14 April 2023

The 36.8-metre explorer yacht Our Way has been sold in-house by Eugenio Cannarsa and Peter Redford at Fraser Australia.

The Lloyd's class vessel was built by Australian shipyard Tenix Defence and delivered in 2004. An extensive two-year rebuild completed in 2020 saw her transformed into a modern explorer with all new systems and a new interior.

Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins, all with entertainment systems including flatscreen televisions along with en-suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there is accommodation for up to seven crew.

Our Way was asking €7,200,000.

Our Way has an open, fresh interior with light wall coverings and upholstery, while large teak deck areas offer a variety of living, dining, entertainment or relaxation spaces. The expansive saloon includes comfortable seating in sofas and armchairs, an entertainment system, and a bar plus a formal dining area for up to ten guests.

On the aft deck there is lounge seating, al fresco entertaining and dining for ten guests and a sun awning. The 80-square-metre sun deck is equipped with a bar, sink, fridge, dishwasher and wine cellar along with a seating area and large sun pads.

She is equally suited to a relaxing cruise in exotic locations, or serious expedition work in demanding environments thanks to her steel hull. Our Way comes fully equipped for dive expeditions, with a large aft boarding platform, dive locker, scuba equipment and a dive compressor. 

The yacht is fitted with twin 800hp Caterpillar engines for a top speed of 13 knots and a range of 4,800 nautical miles. Zero speed stabilisers keep her steady.

Our Way was asking €7,200,000.

More about this yacht

Tenix Defence   34.4 m •  2005

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