Seleda, agile and compact

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Seleda, agile and compact

The Seleda wooden superyacht, built by Mengi-Yay yachts and formerly known as Hull NB92, was handed over to its owners in 2016 but continues to have great charm thanks to its modern and elegant features.

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Seleda is a motor yacht, built of wood and epoxy with a teak bridge. Its 800 hp twin MAN engines push it to a top speed of 17 knots with a cruising speed of 14 knots. The naval architecture was developed by Ginton Naval Architects, who worked with Mengi-Yay on a number of notable projects, including the 40-metre Extreme sloop.

The exterior of Seleda has strong lines, with plenty of space to enjoy the sun on the deck. It takes up two key superyacht trends that have emerged in recent years, making the most of glass and showing a bold hull color.

Its interior, designed by BTA Design, is decorated with light colors and darker gray and brown accents. The main lounge features large sofas, large windows on the sides that offer panoramic views of the sea and dedicated meal space for six people.

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