39-metre (128-foot) sailing yacht Tenaz, jointly listed for sale by Ocean Independence and McMaster Yachts, has been sold, with Will Bishop at Yachting Partners International introducing the buyer.
Built in aluminium by UK yard Pendennis to a design by Dubois, Tenaz launched in 1996 as S/Y Mamamouchi. She underwent an extensive refit in 2010 and proceeded to win the Voyager award at the 2010 World Superyacht Awards.
With her key mechanics and infrastructure having been comprehensively refitted and replaced in the years since her launch, Tenaz is both ABS-classed and MCA-compliant, and is reported to be in excellent condition.
She boasts a sleek profile, which offers great visibility forward from her large cockpit, and has developed a reputation for her performance under sail.
Designed to explore the world in comfort and speed, Tenaz accommodates 10 guests across her master suite, two twins and single cabins, all of which are equipped with entertainment centres and en-suite shower facilities.
She is equipped with the latest sail-handling systems, including captive winches for all functions, roller-furling headsails and a boom-furling main mast, which enables one man to sail her safely and effectively from the twin helm stations aft.
She is powered by a single 820hp MTU engine gives her a range of 3,350 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Tenaz was listed for €5,950,000 with VAT paid.