on 13 Oct 2021
The Azimut Grande 95 RPH, first delivered in 2017, has been sold by Adam Blackmore from Fraser¬†Hong Kong and will arrive in Asia from Italy before the end of the year
Fraser Hong Kong has confirmed the sale of Solstice, a customised Azimut Grande 95 RPH that was first built in 2017. The 28.6m model is part of the Italian builder’s Azimut 95 Raised Pilot House series and is scheduled to arrive in Asia from Italy before the end of the year.
Fraser says the yacht was offered to the market in turn-key condition with very light usage and only 700 hours on her main engines.
The sale was handled in-house by¬†Alex Krykanyuk from Fraser¬†Monaco representing the seller, and¬†Adam Blackmore from Fraser¬†Hong Kong¬†representing the¬†buyer.
Solstice has a five-stateroom layout for 12 guests and multiple deck spaces including a bar and barbecue on the sundeck. She is billed as an ideal indoor-outdoor yacht for a family seeking privacy and relaxation on the water. Exterior design is by Stefano Righini and interior design by Carlo Galeazzi.
The yacht’s master stateroom is on the main deck, with two VIP and two guest staterooms with pullman beds on the lower deck. She has a customised storage cabinet in the dining area and in the master stateroom. The pantry has also been modified to include a fridge, a freezer, a wine fridge and extra storage in lieu of the starboard crew mess. Standard carpet flooring has been replaced by wood throughout.¬†Solstice can reach a top speed of 28knots.
Earlier this summer, Adam Blackmore also represented the buyer of¬†40-metre Astilleros M. Cies superyacht¬†Silentworld, along with Fraser’s Jacqueline Lee. Silentworld had been one of the largest yachts for sale in the Pacific region and has recently been delivered to her owner in Hong Kong.