Simpson Superyachts sells Sanlorenzo Alloy
The superyacht division of Simpson Marine has sold a 44.5m aluminium Sanlorenzo Alloy delivered in 2020.
Simpson Superyachts has announced the sale of Kamakasa, a 44.5m Sanlorenzo Alloy launched in 2020 and which will soon be handed over to her new owners. At the time of sale, the asking price of the 146-footer was €24,900,000.
James Clayton and Angel Zhou, Director of Sales and China General Manager of Simpson Superyachts respectively, represented the seller, while Boomer Jousma from Italian Yacht Group represented the buyer. Simpson Superyachts is a division of Simpson Marine Group and specialises in the sale, charter and management of superyachts in Asia and beyond.
The Sanlorenzo Alloy is a fast-displacement model built entirely in aluminium and designed by Zuccon International Project. Kamakasa includes a sun deck with sun loungers aft, a lounge area, dining table, bar and another bank of sunpads forward.
On the main deck, walkaround decks lead forward to a private owner’s area on the foredeck complete with lounge seating and a jacuzzi nestled among a raft of sunpads. Large sliding glass doors lead into the saloon, with two large sofa sets and a dining table forward.
Kamakasa features a 147sqm, three-level full-beam master suite with a private jacuzzi and exterior bow lounge access, separate bathrooms, walk-in wardrobe and access to a private study. There are a further four cabins for another eight guests. The superyacht has two MTU 16V M96L engines, a fuel capacity of 41,000 litres and water capacity of 8,000 litres.