Italian shipyard Cantiere delle Marche has announced the sale of the second hull in its 35-metre (115-foot) MG115 explorer yacht series.
The second MG 115 was sold to an Asian owner on 24th December last year, which followed the sale of the debut hull in the series, sold in November 2019 to an American client.
The explorer, with a beam of 7.5 metres, features naval architecture by Hydro Tec.
Designed by Franceso Paszkowski, the four-deck superyacht will comprise a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, along with spacious outdoor lounging and dining areas.
The yacht will be able to accommodate up to ten guests across five suites, including two VIPs and two twins which sit on the lower deck, and the master suite located forward of the main deck. Meanwhile, crew accommodation will allow for up to six crew members.
Power will come from two engines of 533kW each, providing a top speed of 13.5 knots and a range of over 5000 nautical miles.
Source: Boat International