The 38.5-metre classic Feadship motor yacht Bluemar II has joined the market, for the first time since new, with Charles Hervé of Northrop & Johnson.
The Dutch pedigree heritage vessel was built by Feadship in 1978, of steel and aluminium, and is a part of the coveted Feadship Heritage Fleet. She has been lovingly maintained by her original owners. Her purposeful exterior was designed by Navigator Yachts and her interior by De Voogt.
Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins, with the full-beam owner's cabin on the main deck having a bathtub, dressing room and vanity area. Below is a queen-sized, full-beam VIP cabin with two more guest cabins and on the upper deck is a cosy twin-berthed cabin. There are quarters for six crew.
The saloon is split into two distinct zones with a dining area having a circular table, that the broker said seats up to nine, and a relaxation space with "plush sofa and armchairs and a coffee table". Wood panelling throughout her interior oozes nautical tradition.
Her exterior decks are large, the aft deck sporting a six-seater table for al fresco dining as well as a generously-sized sofa. The teak-laid upper deck is where the 5.5-metre Novurania and four-metre Boston Whaler tenders are stowed and where sunbeds can be scattered around when tenders are deployed. Immediately forward, freestanding wicker furniture is shaded by the overhang and fabric awning.
The 214GT Lloyd's-classed, classic yacht for sale has a range of 2,700 nautical miles at 10 knots. Bluemar II's maximum speed is 17 knots under twin MTU engines.
Bluemar II is asking €6,990,000 with VAT paid. She is lying in Zadar, Croatia.