Solo set sail back to the Mediterranean in April following a major price reduction which saw her become an exciting proposition on the market for 67,900,000 EUR. Now in Naples, she is still listed for the same figure and prospective buyers are invited for personal tours of the superyacht.
Solo was one of the stars of the yachting show season following her launch, with the Francesco Paszkowski designed superyacht met with universal acclaim for her sophisticated exterior lines and exceptional guest spaces. Paszkowski collaborated with Margherita Casprini on the sumptuous interiors, completing a Made in Italy feel to Solo’s design.
The 72m superyacht is a perfect combination of both performance and style, built on a highly efficient platform which fits well with the growing demand for efficiency and long-range capabilities. Her innovative platform allows Solo to run efficiently with low emissions, saving costs and the environment, while she can still reach an impressive range of 9000nm.
This voluminous yacht is packed with luxuries and an abundance of opulent guest spaces to make it a testament to the concept of a floating palace. Up to 12 guests can be accommodated in Solo’s six large cabins, which include a Master, VIP, two doubles and two twins. The Owner’s apartment is an incredible private space which benefits the owner with complete and utter exclusivity, including two outdoor terraces, sun pads, and even a private Jacuzzi.
A seamless indoor-outdoor flow connects all areas of the yacht, with guests able to move around easily as they switch between the phenomenal amenities. The main deck boasts an inviting lounge with bar and full entertainment system, a 6m transversal swimming pool and even a winter garden for year-round enjoyment. For those seeking some thrills on the water, Solo has an extensive garage willed with custom tenders and water toys, while there is also a comprehensive wellness area.