ASKING PRICE€5,600,000 EUR
ENGINESCaterpillar D348 920hp
CRUISING SPEED11 Knots
MAX DRAFT3.1 M
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Based in the Netherlands and with roots dating back to 1849, Feadship is recognised as the world leader in the field of pure custom superyachts. Because every new Feadship is the best we ever built, all boats in our fleet set a new standard in terms of craftsmanship, design, engineering and construction. It's what we like to call the relentless pursuit of perfection. “The perfect yacht doesn’t exist. You have to build it.”
A must-see for anyone looking for a ready-to-go timeless Feadship.
This timeless Feadship is professionally maintained and offers plenty of room inside the lounge and outside the spacious deck spaces. An on-deck master cabin plus a full-beam VIP cabin and two guest cabins below, all with ensuite bathrooms can accommodate eight guests and has room for up-to eight crew members.
Originally delivered in 1982, the tri-deck 38-meter motor yacht “Monaco” had her most recent refit in 2016, including the installation of new generators, overhaul of the main engines (to zero hours) and a full exterior paint job and had many upgrades since then. She is ready-to-go!
The extended stern offers a nice swim platform to start all kinds of watersport-activities and a build in staircase leads to the main deck that has a build-in settee and a nice teak dining table. Sliding windows gives you the choice to enjoy the breeze or not. The bridge deck has a bar, fixed sofa aft and plenty of deck space flexible to use, certainly when both tenders are deployed. A small sundeck on top of the bridge offers, some privacy, large sun pads and a marvellous view. A settee on the foredeck offers additional private seating outside.
Inside, the open spacious main saloon offers informal seating with large sofas and chairs and formal ding area. Further forward on main deck is the generous master cabin with ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet.
Design of the exterior and naval architecture has been done by Feadship’s De Voogt Naval Architecture and the interior was designed by Terence Disdale.