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Feadship classic yacht Sirenuse sold

The 38.4 metre classic motor yacht Sirenuse, listed for sale by Chris Chumley at Northrop & Johnson, is sold with Rebecca Riley at Anything on the Water representing the buyer.

Sirenuse was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch superyacht yard Feadship to a design by De Voogt Naval Architects with delivery in 1978 and had been used extensively by her previous owners for oceanographic research.

A thoroughly family-friendly yacht, an extensive refit in 2004 saw the twin aft cabins converted into one large children’s cabin with twin sets of bunk beds and there’s also a full beam master suite and a twin cabin with a Pullman berth and all cabins have full en suite facilities. The refit also saw the addition of a library on the main deck. Further improvements in 2010 included upgraded running gear and a new paint job in brilliant white. Most recently, earlier in 2015, Sirenuse received her annual bottom paint and other preventative maintenance.

The main saloon and dining area are open plan and have a teak interior in excellent condition with a lovely rich colour. With a beam of 25 feet, _Sirenuse _has a spacious living area and a recessed flat screen television on the starboard side allows for relaxed viewing. Most of the furniture here is loose and was replaced during the refit, when the overheads were also redone and new recessed lighting installed. Twin 600hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 12 knots and a range of 4,650 nautical miles at 10 knots

Sirenuse was asking $2,700,000.

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