37.95m 125 ft | 2016 | 12 Guests | 5 Cabins | 7 Crew
The 38-metre 2016-built Sanlorenzo motor yacht TAKARA is being offered for sale and is a great opportunity to snap up a truly bespoke luxury yacht.
With the exterior design by Francesco Paszkowski a nod to the Transatlantic liners of the thirties, the interiors of this four-deck yacht have been customised by the owner, who has ensured that every inch of space has been put to good use and that there’s a healthy mix of natural teak, rosewood, oxidised bronze and parquet flooring throughout.
Inside, the large main deck salon has an elegant dining area with a starboard foldout balcony and there is a sky lounge on the upper deck with a spacious aft deck.
Outdoor entertaining spaces are numerous: from the main salon you can walk out onto a partially shaded aft deck with lots of seating, while on the sun deck there is a jacuzzi, bar and loungers.
There is also an extended swim platform from the transom, perfect for accessing one of the two tenders.
TAKARA can accommodate up to 12 guests across five cabins, including a full-beam master cabin on the main deck with his and her bathrooms, a separate glass shower stall, a vanity unit and an office.
In addition, there are two identical VIP cabins on the lower deck and two twins (each with a Pullman bed for a further two guests).
There is also accommodation for up to seven crew on the lower deck, plus a separate captain’s cabin on the upper deck.
Powered by twin MTU1 469hp engines, TAKARA has a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots.
AT A GLANCE
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|Length||37.95m 125 ft|
|Beam||8m 26 ft|
|Draft||2.45m 8 ft|
|Exterior designer||Francesco Paszkowski|
|interior designer||Owner's Team|
|Engines||2 x MTU|
|Cruising speed||11 Knots|
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