Turkish gulet Vita Dolce sold
by Malcolm MacLean
The 27.3 metre motorsailer yacht Vita Dolce has been sold with Thierry Voisin at the World of Yachting acting for the buyer and seller.
A Turkish gulet, Vita Dolce was built in wood by a Turkish yard and delivered in 1997 with a total refit in 2012/2013. The refit included a repaint of the hull, reconstruction of the bridge, new stainless steel railings, fresh upholstery, upgraded televisions and air conditioning systems and a modernised galley. She was also dismasted and the steel main and mizzen masts upgraded.
Accommodation is for 10 guests in five staterooms consisting of a master suite with a king sized bed, two VIP double staterooms and two twins, all with television screens and full en suite facilities.
Her expansive saloon has a relaxation area with comfortable seating enjoying 360 degree views, a large television with Bose surround sound and a formal dining area. The spacious aft cockpit offers al fresco entertaining and dining at a large dining table and built in seating for 10 guests. Under power, a 420hp Cummins engine gives her a cruising speed of eight knots.
Vita Dolce was asking €590,000
Subscribe to BOAT Pro to access brokerage sales data and unlimited specs for 11,341 yachts in our Superyacht Directory – the world’s most comprehensive superyacht data.SUBSCRIBE
- FRESH INDUSTRY DATA
- MARKET INSIGHT
- GLOBAL ORDER BOOK DOWNLOADS
- EXCLUSIVE REPORTS
- MONTHLY SUMMARY EMAIL
- UNLIMITED ACCESS TO SUPERYACHT SPECIFICATIONS