Northrop & Johnson sells 27.7 metre Letizia


Superyacht Letizia was sold by Northrop & Johnson sales broker Hugo van Schaik representing the buyer and seller.

Designed by Sparkman & Stephens, Letizia was built by Camper & Nicolsons in 1991 and is a prime example of an aluminium Bermuda cutter ketch that boasts elegance and performance. Throughout the years, the yacht has undergone numerous refits; her most recent in 2014 left her in sail-away condition.

Letizia’s interior is warm and inviting, featuring a chic, classic styling and showcasing light wood that beautifully contrasts with rich, dark floorboards and white headlining. The luxury sailing yacht features an open floor plan where the main salon, library and galley effortlessly flow to create a space ideal for socializing or relaxing. Letizia offers accommodations for up to six guests in three well-appointed staterooms.

The sailing yacht features a Lewmar Commander hydraulic system, which controls all winches and outhauls making her easy to handle — even for a shorthanded crew and in light winds. While under sail or at anchor, Letizia’s spacious cockpit is the ideal spot to relax and enjoy an alfresco meal.