The 49.7 metre Feadship motor yacht Hercules has been sold with Andrew Bond at Fraser representing the seller and Stig Bugge Jensen at Althaus Yachting introducing the buyer.
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to a design by De Voogt, Hercules was launched in 1998 with her most recent refit in 2021. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five cabins comprising a spacious main deck master suite with walk-in wardrobes, three doubles with ensuite bathrooms and a twin cabin with Pullman beds. There are crew quarters for a staff of 12.
Designed by Glade Johnson, the yacht's interiors feature a warm and neutral palette accentuated by glossy wood panelling. The main saloon is home to three comfortable sofas and armchairs, while large windows throughout this yacht fill the interior spaces with natural light.
Al fresco dining is found on two levels, with large dining tables featuring on both the main and upper deck. Elsewhere, an aft lounge area with a spa pool, bar and sun loungers is found on her spacious sundeck.
Her 2021 refit included new teak decking, a full hull and superstructure repaint, as well as new air conditioning and hot water systems.
Powered by twin 1,370hp Caterpillar engines, the yacht's top speed is 15 knots, with a range of 4,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Hercules was asking $19,900,000 with VAT paid.