The 32.9 metre Truly Classic 108 sailing yacht Simba has been sold in an off-market deal with Hoek Brokerage representing both buyer and seller.
Simba was the second Truly Classic 108 sailing yacht to hit the water following in the footsteps of her sistership Jazz Jr. She was built by Turquoise Yachts and delivered in 2012. The Truly Classic design by Hoek Design Naval Architects features a flush deck, low deckhouse, sweeping sheer, moderate freeboard and keyhole-shaped cockpits
Simba can carry full main and genoa in up to 17-18 knots of true wind. A low wetted surface area offers good performance in light winds, paired with a high aspect ratio sail plan.
Her interior offers ample interior space with warm raised and fielded panelling. Upon entry from the cockpit, guests are greeted by a split-level saloon: the top level has an L-shaped sofa and adjustable height table to port, while the lower level offers a larger seating area with an extendable dining table.
Simba can sleep up to eight guests across four cabins, comprising a master stateroom and three additional guest suites.
Simba is powered by a single 450-horsepower Cummins engine that allows her to comfortably cruise at 10 knots.
The asking price of Simba has been withheld.