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27m Yachting Developments sportfisher Satu for sale

1 March 2023 • Written by Nick Jeffery

The 27.4-metre sportfisher Satu is back on the market with Alastair Shove of Carrswood Yachts.

Built of composite in New Zealand in 2012 by Yachting Developments, the sportfisher was designed by Robert Ullberg to access remote cruising grounds worldwide with superyacht-level comfort.

Satu is now asking $6,500,000

An interior design by Robinson Marine features Japanese ash wood joinery and wenge wood floors in an interior that accommodates up to six guests in three cabins. These consist of a master suite, VIP suite and a twin. A further twin cabin sleeps two crewmembers aboard this yacht for sale.

A wide and particularly spacious saloon, entered through electronically-opening glass doors from the cockpit, offers the perfect place in which to relax after a day’s fishing or cruising.

Her large flybridge has good facilities for all guests, with al fresco dining around a teak table sheltered by an overhead hard top. Her fishing abilities are excellent too, with a Bausch American tower, a large cockpit featuring an articulated fighting chair, two live wells, tuna tubes, three outriggers and six Bayliss rod holders. There is also an exterior galley with a sink, large fridge, barbecue grill and an induction hob.

The engine room of this yacht for sale has extensive sound-deadening engineering by Van Capellen and houses twin MTU 16V2000 CR diesel engines giving her a cruising speed of 27 knots topping out at 33 knots. Range is 2,600 nautical miles at nine knots.

Lying in Palm Beach, USA, Satu is asking $6,500,000.

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Yachting Developments   27.43 m •  2012

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