The 45.77 metre classic Feadship motor yacht Ancallia has been sold with both seller and buyer represented by Fergus Torrance at Torrance Yachts.
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship, Ancallia first hit the water in 1984 and underwent a complete rebuild between 2011 and 2014. Today, she still bears the signature lines of a classic Feadship, with all new systems and a highly specced interior, and even scooped a Neptune for Best Rebuild at the World Superyacht Awards in 2015.
The extensive refit works were carried out at Atlas Yard in Perama, Greece, where Ancallia was stripped to a bare shell. The rebuild included an all-new interior, new machinery, electrical and technological systems, plumbing, teak decks, and a new bridge. The stern was redesigned too with a new swim platform installed allowing guests easy access to the water.
A modern-classic interior by British-based Colefax & Fowler accommodates up to 16 guests across seven staterooms, comprising a master suite, VIP stateroom, four guest cabins and an additional cabin for staff. Polished wood panelling is paired with a neutral palette for a refined look. Further accommodation sleeps up to nine crewmembers.
There's plenty of exterior areas for guests to enjoy including vast aft deck seating with plush U-shaped sofas. Evening meals are best enjoyed al fresco on the bridge deck but on cooler evenings can be moved to the formal dining space on the main deck. Other highlights include a sundeck Jacuzzi with sunpads wrapped around the mast as well as a swim platform, acting as the perfect launchpad for her toybox chock full of goodies.
Power comes from a pair of Caterpillar 3512C 1,400hp engines for a top speed of 15 knots and a range of 3,700 nm at 11 knots.
Ancallia was asking €13,950,000.
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