The 55-metre motor yacht Kahalani has been listed for sale with Alex Lees-Buckley of Camper & Nicholsons. She has been privately owned by one owner since new.
Built to Lloyd's class in the Netherlands in 2010 by Feadship, the steel and aluminium superyacht was designed by Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects with an interior by renowned Paris-based Rémi Tessier.
Accommodation is laid out for 11 guests across six cabins, but could easily be increased to a party of 12. There are quarters for a crew of 13. Kahalani benefits from having two large saloons, the bridge deck saloon unusually being full beam. Tessier's contrasting light and dark finishes make for a spectacularly clean and contemporary look throughout the interior.
The generously-sized sundeck sports a Jacuzzi, full bar and completely sheltered dining for 12. The bridge deck offers indoor-outdoor formal dining at a large circular table for 12, thanks to semi-circular glass sliding doors. These doors lead out to plentiful seating and lounging areas. The main deck aft has built-in seating while stairs lead to the swimming platform and watersports store with a side staircase.
The broker pointed out that Kahalani has had the same captain and wife/purser team and chief engineer since new, and has been meticulously maintained without compromise. She is also the family's second Feadship, drawing on their knowledge to develop the yacht's design and detailing during construction, with no expense spared.
The 891GT yacht for sale is MCA compliant and has a cruising speed of 12 knots, topping out at 15 knots. Range is 5,600 nautical miles at 11 knots and her twin Caterpillar 1,500hp engines have just a little over 4,000 hours on them.
Kahalani is asking €42,500,000. VAT is paid.