The 25.88 metre classic canoe-stern Feadship motor yacht Sultana has been sold by Ed Dickinson at Northrop & Johnson.
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to a design by De Voogt, Sultana was delivered in 1969. She was completely rebuilt from 2008 to 2012 with very innovative ideas, making her a unique renovation project.
Knowledgeable owners invested huge amounts of time and money in a five-year project to convert a 43-year-old skeleton into a unique mix of classic looks and state-of-the-art, high tech facilities. Sultana’s interior layout sleeps up to eight guests in four cabins.
The master suite is full beam, as is the VIP suite, and each has an en suite facility. Two twin cabins share bathroom facilities and all cabins on this yacht for sale have entertainment systems and television screens.
She offers ample exterior living. An electric door leads from the lounge to the spacious shaded aft deck, with an alfresco dining option, built in aft seating and wet bar plus a fridge.
Above the main deck, the sundeck runs from the pilothouse to the stern of the yacht, creating a generous second deck and entertaining area. The sundeck boasts a further aft seating area and dining space, outdoor lounge seating, massive forward sun pad, barbecue, fridge, sink and shower to cool off. In addition to this, the sundeck has a retractable Bimini cover with built in lights and misting devices.
Her top speed is 12 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 1,200 nautical miles at 10 knots with power coming from two 230hp Gardner 8L3B diesel engines.
Sultana was asking €2,995,000.
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