34.30m 113 ft | 2016 / 2021 | 10 Guests | 5 Cabins | 6 Crew
Designed by renowned Enrico Gobbi and with naval architecture by Studio Arrabito, SOULMATE offers the facilities and volume of a much larger yacht in an elegant and sophisticated package, with over €2m of optional extras installed.
SOULMATE can accommodate up to 10 guests in five beautifully appointed cabins, including an on-deck Owner's Stateroom with skylight and panoramic views, plus access to a private terrace on the bow. The remaining four cabins (two VIPs, a double and a twin) are located on the lower deck and are of the size one would normally expect on a much larger yacht.
Inside, standout features include the back-lit onyx wall, handcrafted mosaics, an upgraded Bang & Olufsen Hi-Fi system and a fold-down balcony on the portside of the salon.
SOULMATE'S exterior spaces are equally impressive, with a vast sundeck with a custom glass spa pool complete with waterfall, retractable hard-top, and bar and entertainment area, including TV.
SOULMATE's highly efficient hull ensures that the yacht consumes only 90 litres/hour at 10 knots and CMC Zero Speed stabilisers ensure that guests have the minimum of motion at anchor and maximum comfort at all times underway.
Maintained and upgraded with no expense spared by her two careful Owners, SOULMATE is a charter machine, and with over €500,000 in charters booked for this summer and simultaneously benefitting from a VAT paid status, she would make a lucrative investment for the right Owner.
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|Length||34.30m 113 ft|
|Beam||7.20m 24 ft|
|Draft||2.10m 7 ft|
|Exterior designers||Team 4 Design, Enrico Gobbi|
|interior designers||Team 4 Design, Enrico Gobbi|
|Year||2016 | 2021 REFITTED|
|Engines||2 x MTU (1,920HP)|
|Cruising speed||16 Knots|
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