Northrop & Johnson sells sailing superyacht Breath of Horus with Edmiston
by Malcolm MacLean
Breath of Horus was built by Dutch yard Jongert to a design by Tony Castro and delivered in 2002 as a cutter-rigged sloop, with a refit in 2013. She accommodates six guests in a master suite and two near-identical twin cabins, while a Scania D1-12 42M engine gives her a range of 1,600 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 11 knots.
Below deck, she has a timelessly stylish interior. The lower saloon is connected to the deck saloon in an open-plan arrangement, creating a large living and social area with panoramic views. The spacious owner’s cabin and the twin guest cabins are located aft and were designed to ensure maximum privacy for owner and guests.
The patented Jongert folding keel and the new twin rudder system ensure perfect sailing performance in any conditions. With the keel lifted up it’s possible to reach all those desirable shallow anchorages and small harbours.
Sailing superyacht Breath of Horus was asking €4,450,000.