She has been named Libra and will be kept for private use in the Mediterranean.
According to Codecasa Shipyards, “Torrance Yachts told us that it has been a great pleasure dealing with our yard throughout the transaction and, from our side, we have to say that the excellent co-operation and assistance provided by Torrance Yachts has been imperative to make the deal run very smoothly.
“Torrance Yachts and Codecasa Shipyards wish the owner and family many happy years of cruising ahead.”
The now-called Libra, has remarkable interior volumes, composed of two spacious salons, four large guests cabins, one owner’s suite located on the forward main deck, in addition to fully equipped service areas and comfortable exterior spaces throughout the three decks.
From a technical point of view, the top speed of 16.5 knots assured by the twin 1650hp CAT engines, the 75,000 litre fuel oil capacity, and the warrantee offered by the certifications released by worldwide re-knowned classification societies like MCA and Lloyd’s Register, make this 42 metre yacht safe and suitable for long cruises in any weather conditions.