She was launched as Carmac VI and commissioned as one of three Feadships built for the same owner. The broker described her as being appealing to a Feadship connoisseur and "one of the most well regarded Feadships of her generation".
King K boasts six well-appointed cabins for a party of 12, including a master at main deck level, as well as a large saloon, swimming platform and flybridge deck reconfigured to stow the tenders while at sea. Dining options range from a 12-seater table in the formal dining salon, to traditional aft deck and contemporary upper deck arrangements for al fresco meals.
There is a certain charm about the classic yacht for sale that would doubtless be appreciated by owners with a fondness for the exclusive Feadship Heritage Fleet.
Powered by twin 675hp General Motors engines the 387GT vessel cruises at 10 knots with a maximum speed of 12 knots.
Lying in Frejus, France, King K is asking €3,500,000 with VAT paid.