Newly Superyacht Project 12 on Sale for $26 Million
Newly built 46.57m superyacht, launched in August last year – Project 12 has been now listed on sale. Built by Cantieri di Pisa to ABS class and MCA compliant, this wonderful high performance vessel, latest in the Akhir range with its overwhelming sense of space will satisfy even the most demanding customer.
The 152.8 ft Project 12 yacht
With exterior by Galeazzi Design, and interior design by Mark Berryman, this irresistible beauty has an appealing and versatile accommodation layout in six or seven staterooms that will ensure she is equally popular with charter clients or private guests alike. She offers a full beam master stateroom on the main deck with large sliding doors and bulwarks that fold down to create a balcony on each side with spectacular 180° views, a full beam VIP cabin, two double as well as two twin cabins. Futhermore, there is a space that can be converted into two separate double staterooms, each with additional Pullman berth. The interior of this magnificent vessel is made of limed teak, leather as well as marble.
This superyacht is driven by twin MTU 16V 4000 M93L diesel engines. She achieves a top speed of 24,5 knots and comfortably cruises at 22,5 knots. Project 12 has a beam of 8,74m (28’67”) and a maximum draft of 2,6m (8’53”).
Project 12 Yacht is for sale with Burgess with an asking price of €19.5 million ($26 million).
The twin suites include two Pullman berths and sport all sorts of amenities, from electronics to large separate shower areas
Project 12 also boasts a full beam sky lounge which paves the way towards a similarly stunning aft deck
The main dining area catches the eye through a wavy carpeting pattern and features a rectangular dining table which can accommodate up to 12 seats
he main saloon also includes two large red sofas and port
The master’s quarters include a set of large his and hers en suites, two large adjacent walk-in wardrobes and a lounge area
One thought on “Newly Superyacht Project 12 on Sale for $26 Million”
I’m sorry but for $630,000.00 I would rather use that kind of money to put down on a house rather than on a car. The prices on all types of cars are getting ridicously.