The 44.6-metre superyacht Berzinc has been sold with Christopher Mosley of SuperYachtsMonaco and Ed Dickinson of Northrop & Johnson representing the seller and Paul Madden of Xplorer Yachts introducing the buyer.
Berzinc was built in steel and aluminium by Spanish yard Astilleros de Mallorca to a design by Camper & Nicholsons and launched in 1977. She spent the years from 2004 to 2007 at the Balk Shipyard in Holland, during which time she was sand blasted back to bare metal, internally gutted and comprehensively rebuilt from the hull up. The yard worked in partnership with naval architects Navirex to lengthen the hull by three metres, in addition to fitting the yacht with a new keel and a new flybridge.
Berzinc's interior styling features dark wood floors contrasted with an all-white decor. She sleeps up to 12 guests in five staterooms, comprising a full-beam master suite, two double staterooms and two twins with Pullman berths.
Guests are welcomed by an open-plan, full-beam saloon with large windows that run the length of the space, and there is a formal dining area for up to ten. Stairs lead up from the main deck to the sky lounge which is set up as a cosy relaxation zone with an L-shaped seating area.
Twin MTU engines give Berzinc a range of 3,500 nautical miles at 10 knots and a top speed of 14 knots. The yacht is also fitted with zero-speed stabilisers. SuperYachtsMonaco pointed out that her 5-year Bureau Veritas class survey was completed in 2021 and she has flag dispensation to host 60 guests in port.
Berzinc was asking €2,950,000.