KK Superyachts announces the successful sale of 37m Sanlorenzo SD122’ M/Y ELINOR.

6th November 2019

KK SUPERYACHTS is very pleased to announce the successful sale of Central Agency listing ELINOR

Vesa Kaukonen commented: " We are very proud of this sale and want to take this opportunity to thank Gilberte Cane from Gilberte Cane Yacht Brokerage for introducing the buyer. We also wish to thank ELINOR’s longstanding dedicated Captain and crew.”

Built in 2009 at the Sanlorenzo Viareggio shipyard and designed by award - winning designer Francesco Paszkowski, ELINOR was delivered to her first Owner in 2010. 

After successfully undergoing her 10-year Classification survey earlier this year, ELINOR had also undergone substantial technical upgrades end of 2018.

ELINOR’s spaciously elegant interiors, vast decks, complete with a beach club and Jacuzzi on the Sun Deck, perfectly transcend the Mediterranean al-fresco lifestyle. 

ELINOR has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests overnight in 5 cabins, comprising an owner’s suite, 2 VIP cabins, and two convertible single cabins with Pullmans. She is also capable of carrying up to 7 crew onboard. 

The owner’s suite is full beam and located on the main deck with the main saloon whereas the other guest cabins are on the lower deck. 

Her sleek modern interiors feature a marble lighting wall, custom- made luxurious fabric, grey wooden floors and cozy Scandinavian furnishings, with leather inlays additionally adorning furniture. 

The upper deck features an aft deck dining area and sky lounge. The fly bridge offers plenty of space for sunbathing, enjoying drinks at the bar or Jacuzzi.

The twin Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 14 knots and maximum speed of 17 knots, allowing for flexible and extensive itineraries.

Her key features include a 5 cabin, voluminous layout with a full beam master cabin, a large sundeck complete with Jacuzzi and wetbar, hydraulic zero speed stabilizers, a 5.4-meter tender and two jetskis

ELINOR was listed at 6.45 million euros VAT paid.