Dahm international has announced the in-house sale of its 26.7m Jongert 2700m sailing superyacht, Sea Rose Star.
Sea Rose Star was first built in 2003, before undergoing a refit in 2014 and is described as a yacht which “stands for comfort and flexibility both above and below deck.” In a statement, Dahm international revealed that it had represented the seller and the buyer during the purchase, with the asking price of €3.5 million.
Sea Rose Star is said to be built to the highest standards, with an aluminium and hull superstructure and featuring bright materials and coverings. She was originally built back in 2003, before undergoing a refit in 2014.
On board, her central living area can be converted into a fully enclosed deck saloon, and she has elegantly designed saloons and cabins below deck which feature “warm wood tones”. She also features “exceptionally large” windows and portholes, which ensure a bright atmosphere on board. There is also a separate interior area for crew, and room for up to three guests including her owner.
The vessel also features a four-meter tender, which is stored in a tub that can also be used as a pool.
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