Northrop and Johnson announced the sale of the 35-metre superyacht M&M as a part of an in-house deal. Antibes-based sales broker James Munn acted on behalf of both the buyer and the seller.
Construction on M&M began in early 2009 at Mengi-Yay’s Istanbul facilities and the superyacht was delivered to her first owners in 2011. Turkish naval architect, Kerim Demir, created M&M’s architecture and exterior styling. M&M’s superstructure and hull have been constructed entirely from epoxy laminated mahogany – a unique material which enable the superyacht to reach high speeds with less fuel consumption.
The original interior spaces onboard M&M are the work of BTA design and include a five stateroom layout. The master suite sits on the main deck and includes a double occupancy en-suite bathroom. Two VIP configured staterooms join one double and one twin room to bring the total number of overnight guests to ten. On the flybridge deck, M&M’s new owners will find a jacuzzi tub and covered seating area.
M&M was previously part of Yacht Marine’s charter fleet The RINA classed superyacht flies the Maltese flag and requires a crew of six. Power onboard is derived from two CAT C32 marine diesel engines which provide her with a combined 3.750 hp. M&M is able to achieve a maximum speed of 22 knots while under power.
At the time of her sale, M&M was listed for $2,300,000.