Sunseeker motor yacht Anna-Liza G purchased in cryptocurrency

The 28.1 metre Sunseeker motor yacht Anna-Liza G has been purchased in cryptocurrency, with the buyer represented by West Nautical’s Geoff Moore and Mike Rouse, and the seller represented by Sunseeker Malta’s Charlo Briffa.

Anna-Liza G was delivered by British shipyard in Sunseeker in 2019 as a Sunseeker 95 model. She accommodates up to 10 guests in five contemporary cabins, with a unique layout that maximises the use of space on board.

The yacht’s master suite is located forward of the day head and is one of Anna-Liza G’s standout features. Spacious, with commanding views, the cabin makes full use of the yacht’s 6.55-metre beam and is split over two levels. Its stairwell features plenty of storage space and a dressing table, before reaching the en suite bathroom, complete with a rainfall shower and his and hers sinks.

Four remaining en suite guest cabins are on the lower deck, comprising two doubles and two twins, the latter with beds on sliders to be easily converted into doubles. Anna-Liza G also accommodates up to four crew members in two twin cabins with a crew mess and galley.

The wheelhouse is located between the flybridge and the main deck, accessed by a small staircase on the main deck, and features a guest seating area. The flybridge is directly accessible from here.

Stepping onto the aft deck, guests are first greeted by an al fresco dining area that seats up to 10 guests. Below is a spacious swimming platform and tender garage, which is used to store a Zodiac tender, two Seabob F5Ss and a Sea-Doo Wake Pro when underway.

Forward, guests can enjoy a large double sunbed, which has steps down into an additional dining and seating area, useful if guests wish to dine privately on deck when moored stern-to. Elsewhere, Anna-Liza G features the Sunseeker 95’s starboard side balcony, accessed from the main saloon.

Speaking on the sale, Geoff Moore said: “We are seeing more and more transactions using cryptocurrency, with many clients using this method to fund the yachts they own, pay for their charter holidays and now to make a full yacht purchase.”

She has twin 1950hp MTU engines giving a cruising speed of 18 knots and a maximum speed of 25 knots. She has stabilisers, for use both at anchor and while underway.

Anna-Liza G was asking €6,950,000.

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