Just like her cabins, communal guest spaces are large and well-appointed. Her main saloon boasts large windows and is home to features including casual seating, a bar, a 3D television and surround sound system and separate formal dining space with a connecting main aft deck. Her island galley is fully-equipped with all modern appliances. A second large space is the full beam upper saloon, which connects directly to the upper aft deck with a formal dining table and sun loungers.
More outdoor space is on the forward deck, with padded seating serving as a private space for relaxing, enjoying drinks or just taking in the view. One of the most popular spaces is the sun deck, which is the perfect spot to gather and relax, with extensive seating, a large dining table, bar and a Whirlpool Jacuzzi.
Powered by twin MTU 2719HP engines with very low hours, Geosand cruises at 15.5 knots, reaching maximum speeds of 20 knots. Modern stabilisers ensure high comfort levels when underway and at anchor. Plenty of storage for toys and tenders allow for an impressive collection of watercraft on board.
Geosand was asking: €11,500,000
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