The 50-metre Amels TJ Esperanza has been sold by Mark Seaton at Yacht & Villa International, with Flagship Yachts introducing the buyer.
TJ Esperanza launched at Amels in 1999 as Louise. The steel and aluminium yacht – a Terence Disdale design inside and out – had an extensive refit in 2014.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in six cabins. The full-beam master is located on the main deck and is decorated in calming white and cream colours. Soft lighting is used to create a relaxing atmosphere and emphasise the sense of space. There are a further two doubles, two twins and one single with a pullman.
The main salon leads to a formal dining area, while rich woods, luxurious fabrics and artful lighting are used throughout to create flowing spaces.
A vast sundeck boasts a large Jacuzzi and ample U-shaped seating with a table – a great spot from which to take in the breathtaking views. Also on this deck is a shaded bar with seating and a large sun-lounging area, presenting an inviting proposition for alfresco entertaining and dining. Twin Cummins give her a range of 5,500 nautical miles at a 12-knot cruise.
Lying France, TJ Esperanza was asking €12.75 million.