The superyacht enjoyed only a short time on the market before she was snapped up.
Built by VSY, the 2015 registered superyacht was only on the market for three months with Burgess acting as central agent before she was sold to her new owner, with an asking price of €75 million.
Her striking exterior profile is by Espen Øino, with interiors by Michela Reverberi. Light and contemporary, Stella Maris’s interiors are some of the most impressive on the market. A split-deck interior provides exceptional headrooms of 2.7 metres in places, enhanced by floor-to-ceiling soundproof windows.
Stella Maris is one of the few yachts with a fully certified helipad, and, when not in use, together with the sun deck the space creates a sought-after entertaining space capable of hosting 100 people for dinner. The space also features two pools, sun-lounging spaces and a more secluded area forward.
The owner’s deck includes an office, walk-in wardrobe, his’n’hers bathrooms and a master cabin with floor-to-ceiling windows. A private foredeck with stunning views allows for privacy when required. Capable of carrying up to 14 guests in seven cabins, the remainder of the guest cabins – four doubles and two twins – are all located on the main deck, offering fantastic views out of the large windows.
A full-beam gym on the bridge deck has large sliding glass doors that open out, or the space can be converted into two VIP suites creating a total of nine guest cabins.
As befitting a yacht of her size, Stella Maris enjoys a large beach club aft, creating an entertaining space close to the water. Gull-wing doors port and starboard allow the launching of the two custom 8.3-metre HTM tenders, and watersports equipment and toys.
Capable of ocean passages with a range of 6,500 nautical miles at ten knots, the superyacht can reach top speeds of 17 knots.