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Worth Avenue sells Feadship superyacht Inevitable with Burgess

That's a spectacular 100 sales so far this year as Brian Tansey and Michael Mahan at Worth Avenue Yachts close on the sale of the 49.8m motor yacht Inevitable listed for sale at Burgess.

Inevitable was built by Feadship in 1990 and had an extensive 18 month long rebuild at De Vries in 2008/9. The experienced owner asked interior designer Patrick Knowles to create a traditional ‘Gentleman’s yacht.’ This was achieved with the use of light teak wood panelling, coffered overheads, gold plated hardware, and original artwork throughout. The elegantly decorated main saloon offers guests a warm and welcoming atmosphere with its neutral colours while the adjacent dining room is the perfect place for a leisurely dinner with family and friends.

Inevitable comfortably accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms. The full beam owner’s suite is situated forward on the main deck and comes equipped with en suite his and hers bathrooms and a private study. Four double berth guest rooms, all with en suite bathroom facilities, are located on the lower deck where access is provided through a private lobby.

Twin 900hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 4,000 nautical miles.

Lloyds' classed and MCA compliant, Inevitable was asking $12 million.

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