The 75-metre Feadship superyacht Arrow has been sold after just 10 weeks on the market, with Fraser's Andrew Bond representing the seller and Michael Tabor and Brandon Kummer of Kitson Yachts representing the buyer.
Arrow was built in steel and aluminium by Feadship and delivered in 2020. She credits her design, both inside and out, to London-based studio H2 Yacht Design, while naval architecture is the work of Feadship de Voogt.
A large-screen cinema takes pride of place on the main deck, where saloon and formal dining spaces are also located. Accommodation, for 12 guests in six cabins, comprises a large owner's stateroom, with an office and his and hers dressing rooms on the main deck, a main deck VIP suite plus four cabins on the lower deck. A glass lift connects the lower, main and bridge decks. There are quarters for a crew of up to 19.
Indoor-outdoor living works well aboard Arrow, with glass bulwarks allowing terrific views of the sea. The bridge deck's skylounge with bar also flows out to an informal dining table, seating 12 guests for al fresco meals. A pizza oven and barbecue are to hand on the sundeck where a professionally-equipped gymnasium and Jacuzzi compete for attention.
Two fold-down balconies make for a vast beach club on the lower deck where there is a large full-service bar, dive store and dedicated massage and sauna area. The elevator makes for effortless access from watersports exertions to a well-deserved lunch on the bridge deck.
Andrew Bond described the superyacht when he listed her 10 weeks ago: "Her breathtaking beach club and exterior spaces allow for exquisite indoor/outdoor living [...] she epitomises power and elegance, with her generous spaces being one of the key features of the yacht's design."
The 1,890 GT superyacht has a top speed of 17.5 knots and a range of 7,278 nautical miles, with power from twin MTU diesels. Cruising speed is 13.5 knots and she benefits from Feadship hybrid technology, meaning highly efficient energy use.
Arrow was asking €139,900,000.