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Burgess sells Feadship superyacht Ramses

It's all happening today as Burgess tells me they acted for buyer and seller in the sale of Feadship's classic 43.2m motor yacht Ramses.

Built by the De Vries superyacht yard, she was launched in 1981 and refitted in 1995. Ramses boasts vintage Bannenberg exterior lines with a warm and inviting interior, fully refitted by Howard and Horsfield. The yacht has a flexible accommodation layout for 12 to 14 guests with the owner’s stateroom located forward on the main deck, a VIP stateroom on the bridge deck and a further four staterooms, arranged as two doubles and two twins (each with additional Pullman) on the lower deck.

In 2012 Ramses was fully repainted and had all her teak decking replaced. Always operated privately, the yacht has been maintained and run to the highest standards with consistent expenditure throughout. Built to Lloyd’s classification, the yacht passed her five year survey in 2010 and has impressively low engine hours.

Ramses was asking $4.95 million, VAT paid.

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