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Feadship superyacht Postive Carry sold

The 62 metre Feadship superyacht Positive Carry, listed for sale by Moran Yacht & Ship, has been sold, with Cecil Wright introducing the buyer.

Built in steel and aluminium, this De Voogt-designed yacht was delivered in 2005. Previously named Rasselas, she was sold in 2014 and became Positive Carry. She was given a refit in 2014.

Positive Carry’s interior, by Pannagan Designs, is styled with fine custom furnishings and mahogany panelling throughout. Her spacious saloon features a large, comfy seating area to port with a games table to starboard that is completed with an entertainment centre. There’s also space for 12 to dine formally in the dedicated area forward.

Twelve guests can be accommodated on Feadship Positive Carry, in six sizeable suites. The large master suite, located forward on the main deck, has a large en suite bathroom with a separate shower and bath and plenty of storage. Four suites — all of which are en suite too, with their own air conditioning and entertainment systems — are located on the aft of the lower deck. A further double cabin lies on the upper deck, forward of the upper saloon.

The sun deck of Positive Carry features a sunbathing area aft with loungers and space for gym equipment, a hot tub, a bar and comfortable seating forward. Below, on the upper deck, sits an alfresco dining area with plush seating aft. Her main deck has curved seating around a table for more casual entertainment.

Positive Carry was asking $49,750,000.

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