Merle Wood and Burgess sell superyacht Senses
by Malcolm MacLean
Caroline Walters at Burgess sends glad tidings of the first reported December sale as the 59.2m expedition motor yacht Senses is sold, with Merle Wood & Associates representing the buyer.
Delivered by Germany's Schweers yard in 1999, this superyacht was designed, built and engineered to surpass the challenges of exploring the world’s oceans. Senses carries a comprehensive inventory of equipment and exceeds the expectations of any 21st century adventurer. She is the opportunity for a truly unique lifestyle in luxury yachting with stylish, well appointed interiors designed by Philippe Starck.
Split-level decks provide open and shaded sun-lounging areas, secluded side pods, sheltered outdoor dining and informal seating areas, an airy and light gymnasium and a private beach club complete with Jacuzzi and vast sun beds. With impressive volume provided by six decks and a beam of 12.7m, Senses can store three tenders laterally, has full helicopter capability and a stern-launched 42’ Nelson tender. Accommodating up to 12 guests in flexible accommodation of five or six cabins, Lloyds classed and MCA compliant, Senses was asking €35 million.
Senses is listed on boatinternational.com: View this superyacht's media and specifications