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2018 Sanlorenzo STELLA MIA

US$ 17,193,969*
La Spezia, Italy
Interested in this boat? Tel: +44 (0)20 7766 4300
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Year:
2018
Length:
134'
Engine/Fuel Type:
Single / diesel
Located In:
La Spezia, Italy
Hull Material:
Aluminum
YW#:
78919-3604421
Current Price:
EUR  14,495,000 (US$ 17,193,969) 

The most recent hull, in the popular SL 40 Alloy series, STELLA MIA, is now available for sale with an asking price of EUR 14,495,000. Completed in 2018 and delivered in 2019, STELLA MIA has only ever been used privately and is in turn key condition with very low engine and generator hours.

With elegant and timeless sleek lines STELLA MIA also boasts innovative features such as four fold-down terraces in the main salon and owner’s suite, as well as two gull-wing doors allowing for seamless indoor outdoor living. Interiors, designed by Francesco Paszkowski, are light with a fresh modern feel and neutrally coloured soft furnishings. On the main deck, the full beam master suite with port and starboard fold-out balconies feels incredibly spacious with an abundance of natural light. The further four cabins including one VIP cabin, two further doubles and one twin cabin are all located on the lower deck.

With a top speed of 23 knots, a shallow draft and zero speed stabilisers STELLA MIA is the perfect all aluminium superyacht performance yacht to cruise the Mediterranean.





Please contact Richard Lambert at +33 634860255

Interested in this boat? Tel: +44 (0)20 7766 4300
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