$5m price drop on Feadship superyacht Madsummer
by Chris Jefferies
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to a design by De Voogt Naval Architects and Lloyd's classed, she was delivered in 2005 with a refit in 2015, which saw her original Redman Whiteley Dixon interiors replaced by a new Laura Sessa design. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite forward on the main deck with panoramic views along with two doubles and two twins below, all with individual décor and full en-suite facilities.
Being a new state of the art motor yacht she wants for nothing and features a comprehensive range of electronics and entertainment inside and out.
Madsummer has fantastic open deck areas, offering excellent outdoor activities — whether for lounging and sunning, entertaining or dining, soaking in the Jacuzzi or messing about on the water with the large collection of water toys.
She comes complete with two Castoldi jet tenders, two Yamaha Waverunners, two sea kayaks, scuba diving equipment and a Bauer dive compressor with Nitrox system. Twin 1,500hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 14 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.
Currently based in Palm Beach, Florida, Madsummer is now asking $32.5 million.