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Classic 42m Feadship King K sold

8 April 2024 • Written by Nick Jeffery

The 41.7-metre motor yacht King K has been sold with David Legrand of Fraser representing both the buyer and the seller, one year after joining the market.

Built in steel by Feadship in 1981, her classic lines are by De Voogt Naval Architects and she has a timeless interior finished in glossed woods, plush fabrics and rich textures.

Lying in Frejus, France, King K was asking €3,500,000 with VAT paid.

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 yacht, appreciated by her new owners. King K qualifies for membership of 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 was asking €3,500,000 with VAT paid.

More about this yacht

Feadship   41.73 m •  1981

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