Constructed by German yard Abeking & Rasmussen, the iconic vessel was originally delivered in 1955 with her most recent refit in 2018. Her exterior features the stylings of Geerd N. Hendel, who also completed the naval architecture, while eight guests find accommodation in four stately cabins. The classic yacht for sale also boasts a team of six crew members, waiting on the owner’s every need.
Moving inside, Sans Souci’s main deck saloon features two leather sofas either side of a coffee table. A forward mirror wall increases the feeling of space, while ample natural light is provided by frequent large windows. The yacht’s aft deck offers al fresco dining via a circular table with shelter provided by a hardtop alongside further in-built seating. Tender storage is found aft.
Forward, the yacht’s wheelhouse is characterised by polished teak wood, with comfortable seating located aft. Elsewhere, the upper deck features twin sunpads with panoramic views of the ocean, overlooking further socialising space on her foredeck.
Twin Caterpillar D353 diesel engines power her to a top speed of 14 knots, with a cruising speed of 12 knots. A range of 1,500 nautical miles is possible at a range speed of 10 knots.
Sans Souci is asking €5,200,000.