The 61-metre superyacht Samadhi has been sold in three months in an in-house deal at Edmiston with Alex Busher representing the buyer and both Robert Shepherd and Nathan Farrelly representing the seller.
Built in the Netherlands by Feadship in 2006, the steel and aluminium vessel underwent an extensive refit that was completed in 2023. Her exterior design and naval architecture is by De Voogt and the interior design is by Remi Tessier.
Samadhi accommodates up to 12 guests across six cabins. The main deck owner's suite has an office, walk-in wardrobe and marble bathroom with a sauna, bathtub and shower. Two doubles and two convertible twin cabins are located on the lower deck and there is a further twin cabin suitable for children or staff, such as a nanny. There are quarters for a crew of up to 17.
Her light-filled main saloon has an array of "designer sofas and armchairs", all positioned to make the most of the sea views, in addition to a circular dining table further forward.
Up one deck, the sky lounge can be converted to a cinema and also connects to the upper deck al fresco dining area. The sundeck sports a bar, barbecue, Jacuzzi and translucent awnings that provide shade while keeping the ambience bright. A lift serves all guest decks, right up to the enclosed gym on the sundeck.
The 1,036GT yacht has a cruising speed of 13 knots and a top speed of 16 knots under twin 2,001hp Caterpillar diesel engines. She also boasts an ocean-crossing range of 5,000 nautical miles with space to store a 2022 Vanquish V45 chase boat and two Pascoe tenders, all of which are included in the sale.
The sale of Samadhi marked the 40th sale of a Feadship by Edmiston to date.
Samadhi was asking €42,500,000.