The 32.1 metre Holland Jachtbouw motor yacht Anjilis has been listed for sale with Worth Avenue's William Baldwin and joins the market ahead of her appearance at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The tasteful, predominantly teak interior of this gentleman’s yacht offers a balance of traditional styling with contemporary details. The atmosphere throughout invites conversation among comfortable armchairs, sofas and a large separate dining room rarely found on vessels of her size. Knowles, the recipient of several design awards, said of the project: "Though I love designing modern yachts filled with glass and light, there is something undeniably sexy and mysterious in the look of traditional naval-inspired vessel design."
Anjilis accommodates up to seven guests in three staterooms with space for four crew in two cabins plus a captain's cabin.
Designed by the late Bill Langan, formerly of Sparkman & Stephens, this semi-displacement, all-aluminium yacht for sale is described as a "proper yacht" and built to be MCA compliant to ABS classification.
Anjilis is capable of cruising worldwide in all climates, her aft deck benefiting from Isinglass when required. The flybridge has three Stidd hydraulically adjustable pilot chairs and a wing station to starboard. A centrally located seating area sports an L-shaped settee across from additional bench seating with an expanding table for entertaining eight.
Twin 1,800hp MTU V16 M90 engines, rebuilt during the 15-month refit and given a new "zero-time" warranty, provide a cruising speed of 16 knots and a top speed of 22 knots. She had Naiad zero-speed stabilisers fitted during her refit.
Anjilis is asking $6,900,000.