The 34.1-metre Logos motor yacht Quaranta sold and was renamed Shu U Rite. The yacht was sold in an in-house deal represented by Emma Karanova and Cornelius Kistler of Breeze Yachting.
Delivered in 2013, the Logos yacht was last refitted in 2021, leaving her in excellent condition. Previously named Quaranta, the motor yacht features both exterior and interior design crafted by Lila-Lou London, while her naval architecture stemmed from the drawing boards of Incat Crowther. Up to 12 guests can be accommodated across her five sumptuous staterooms, with space for a crew of six, including the yacht’s captain.
Shu U Rite displays a large main saloon, complete with an extensive cream L-shaped sofa and adjacent armchairs. Lined with expansive windows, plenty of natural light can flood the saloon throughout the day. A neutral colour palette extends across the yacht’s staterooms, complete with opulent ensuites, enhancing the inviting ambiance onboard.
Showcasing both a grp hull and superstructure, Shu U Rite is currently the third largest yacht built by the Turkey-based shipyard.
Regarding performance, Shu U Rite is powered by twin Caterpillar engines, providing her with a top speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots. At the time of her sale Shu U Rite had a last known asking price of €6,950,000.