The 31.52 metre motor yacht Danae has been listed for sale by Jeroen van der Vliet at Van der Vliet Quality Yachts and she has an interesting history.
Her steel hull was built by Dutch yard Cammenga in 1980 to a design by De Vries Lentsch but she was completed to Lloyds class by Spanish yard Viudes and delivered in 1990 styled as a typical gentleman’s yacht.
Accommodation is for six guests in four cabins consisting of a main deck master suite, VIP suite and two twins, all with en suite bathroom facilities. A separate crew area for eight forward has four cabins with twin bunk beds, a crew mess and a galley.
The main saloon of this yacht for sale is open plan and has gloss varnished wooden paneling, off white carpeting and ceilings in Alcantara. Amenities include a large U-shaped settee, a bar, fridge, entertainment centre and a formal dining area for six guests along with storage lockers for glass, china and cutlery.
Outdoors, the aft deck offers a table, four armchairs and sofas to port and starboard for alfresco dining. The spacious sun deck is accessed via the sky lounge and has ample seating, a table and space for tender storage. The sky lounge itself comes with two double settees, two red leather armchairs and a custom table, making it the ideal spot for relaxation during extended periods at sea. Twin 425hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 10 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilizers.
Lying in Spain, Danae is asking €2.2 million.