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Fraser sells Hakvoort motor yacht Something Cool

Following the announcement last week that 64 metre motor yacht project called Something Cool has been sold Fraser Yachts has now confirmed that its brokers, Stuart Larsen and Josh Gulbranson, did the deal with the yard with no other brokers involved.

Currently being built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Hakvoort to a design by Horacio Bozzo, she is due for delivery in May 2018. A cool and elegant interior in pastel shades by Sinot Yacht Design will accommodate 12 guests in eight cabins, all with en suite bathroom facilities.

Originally named Project Zeus, and sold by Moran Yacht & Ship, the project stalled after her owner had to pull out but she was given the more charismatic name of Something Cool and marketing efforts were redoubled. The keel laying of Hakvoort’s largest superyacht to date took place in late March 2014 at Scheepswerf Made in The Netherlands.

The entire main deck is dedicated to the owner’s quarters, galley and captain’s cabin. This in turn has freed space on the deck above for pure socialising. Here there is a spacious saloon forward and sky lounge aft. The latter has sliding doors that open up to create a giant inside-out zone. Another deck higher is the bridge deck, which includes the wheelhouse and a large gymnasium. This too can be opened up for the ultimate in al fresco fitness and wellbeing.

The lower deck accommodates 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a VIP suite, two double and two twin cabins, as well as six crew cabins. She will also house a beach club with ample storage and a sauna. Twin Caterpillar 3512C engines will give her a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 12.5 knots.

Something Cool was asking €59,950,000.

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