Yacht DRIZZLE for sale (Feadship, 68.77m, 2012)

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Hoping to ride the wave of a superyacht boom, De Vries Aalsmeer, 68.77 meters, built Feadship DRIZZLE was first released for sale. Priced at 76 million euros, she is among the 25 most expensive boats for sale at the moment.

Jonathan Syrett of Hamilton Marine is the Central Agent: “In my long career as a yacht broker – 36 years and over – I have sold two yachts owned by the same owners. They had a lot of good times aboard their previous 55.47 meter Feadship, also named DRIZZLE, but decided that the time had come to increase the size and returned to the Dutch shipbuilder to create a unique motor yacht that reflected their character and lifestyle. After commissioning British design studio RWD to work on the interior, what started with a blank slate turned into a contemporary yet classic three-deck superyacht, modern and comfortable, delivered in May 2012. “

The idea was to bring DRIZZLE on the market in 2022, but with 2021 set to go down in history as the best year ever for global superyacht sales, the owners decided to move the process forward. In general, the global pandemic has not eroded the wealth of the super rich, and superyachts have been seen as a safe space for unrestricted travel. According to data from BOAT International, 208 superyachts totaling over one billion pounds had been sold in the brokerage market in May of this year, compared to just 131 in the same period of 2020. Many of them have passed. in the hands of boats for the first time. buyers.

Jonathan adds: “DRIZZLE would suit someone who doesn’t want to join a shipyard’s waiting list or a client with a yacht under construction or a client who is looking for a smooth change and wants to enjoy immediate adventures afloat in a beautiful home away from home. DRIZZLE is in near perfect condition and since launch has been looked after by a very experienced crew and lovely owners…

DRIZZLE the tender bay and the water sports area are equipped with two 7.5 meter tenders, two Yamaha WaveRunners, three SEABOB F5S, two BIC windsurf boards, two BIC kayaks, four sets of sailing equipment Scubapro diving, two Hobie SUPs, a trampoline, a free-standing slide – and much more. It is powered by two 2,038 hp MTU diesel engines and has a cruising speed of 13.5 knots, a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 5,500 NM at an economical speed of 9 knots.

Built by arguably the best shipyard in the world, DRIZZLE was designed by De Voogt Naval Architects with interiors by RWD. Her overall length is 68.77 meters, with a width of 11.20 meters, and she can accommodate 12 guests in seven cabins, plus 18 crew members in nine cabins sharing a generous crew mess and recreation area. . Highlights include an open terrace with three lounges and a fully equipped gymnasium, a formal dining room for 12 people in the main salon, an informal dining room aft of the bridge deck for ten to 12 people and a dining room. informal outdoor dining for 12 people on the main deck. A full-width swim platform was added in the 2019 redesign, complete with shower and self-washing retractable swim ladder.

DRIZZLE the tender bay and the water sports area are equipped with two 7.5 meter tenders, two Yamaha WaveRunners, three SEABOB F5S, two BIC windsurf boards, two BIC kayaks, four sets of sailing equipment Scubapro diving, two Hobie SUPs, a trampoline, a free-standing slide – and much more. It is powered by two 2,038 hp MTU diesel engines and has a cruising speed of 11 knots, a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 5,500 NM at an economical speed of 9 knots.

According to data from BOAT International, 208 superyachts totaling more than one billion pounds had been sold in the brokerage market in May of this year, compared to just 131 in the same period of 2020.

DRIZZLE is priced at 76 million euros (approximately £ 64.6 million) with VAT paid in Malta.


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