The 86.6 metre conversion motor yacht Project Brage has been listed for sale by Jan Jaap Minnema and Vassilis Fotilas at Fraser Yachts.
Designer Stefano Pastrovich has been engaged to transform an existing off-shore support vessel into a unique global explorer yacht. The work carried out should mostly be done to commercial ship standards with an interior built to a higher level of comfort and finish using teak, oak and coconut veneers. Accommodation is currently configured as 15 cabins for 30 guests along with quarters for 53 crew aboard this yacht for sale.
The existing vessel has an enormous 19 metre beam as well as a stern relatively close to the waterline. These features have inspired Pastrovich to create a yacht with huge exterior deck spaces, gently flowing downwards towards what should be the largest beach club and swim platform ever seen on a yacht under 90 metres.
Large windows and several purpose-built vantage points will offer the guests great views. These include a forward-facing storm lounge four decks above sea level and an owner’s private terrace with a Jacuzzi spa tub.
Additional features include a two-deck 242 square metre hangar with storage for tenders, submersibles and water toys, and a dedicated helicopter deck.
She will be diesel electric powered with four Wartsila 9L 204 diesel engines powering four AVL DSG 99 generators connected to two Azimuth drives.
Project Brage could be delivered 18 months from signature of contract and her asking price is available on application.