Shenandoah of Sark
Asking €15M with Edmiston & Company
Words by Koray Gurur
The oldest yacht in our collection of the most expensive sailing superyachts for sale has an intriguing history. Launched in 1902, Shenandoah of Sark's century of life afloat has seen her confiscated by the British Navy during the First World War, bought by Italian prince Spado Veralli and renamed several times.
Refit in 1998, and again in 2009, the interior styling by Gae Aulenti and Bureau Veritas is a fine blend of traditional and contemporary design. She has accommodation for 10 guests in one master and three double cabins with two Pullman berths.