JOM sailing superyacht Annagine sold

27 June 2017 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

The 33.9 metre sailing yacht Annagine, listed for sale by Derk Jan Rolff at Northrop & Johnson, has been sold in an in-house deal.

Delivered in March 2011, Annagine was designed by Dykstra Naval Architects and built in aluminium by Holland’s JOM yard to Lloyd's class and MCA coded. A cosy interior featuring Honduras mahogany and cream panelling with chestnut flooring offers accommodation for eight guests in three cabins comprising a master suite and two double cabins with two Pullman berths, all with full en-suite facilities. In addition, there are quarters for up to four crew.

Annagine was asking €3,950,000

The saloon has a comfortable seating in a combination of tub chairs and settees and has an entertainment centre including a Bose Lifestyle stereo surround sound system. The aft cockpit boasts built-in seating around three sides, affording the perfect vantage point to observe the helmsman in action and enjoy the sea breezes, all sheltered by a Bimini top.

On the technical side, she has a fully battened mainsail with a furling genoa and staysail along with a keel stepped mast with three sets of spreaders. Under power, a single 200hp Volvo diesel engine gives her a cruising speed of 10 knots.

Her broker comments: “Annagine is a stunning beauty, recognised for her unique mixture of style and performance. Sailing her is cruising in the tradition of the Grand Classics with the performance of a modern superyacht."

Annagine was asking €3,950,000.

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