Merle Wood and Burgess sell superyacht Senses

7 December 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Caroline Walters at Burgess sends glad tidings of the first reported December sale as the 59.2m expedition motor yacht Senses is sold, with Merle Wood & Associates representing the buyer.

Delivered by Germany's Schweers yard in 1999, this superyacht was designed, built and engineered to surpass the challenges of exploring the world’s oceans. Senses carries a comprehensive inventory of equipment and exceeds the expectations of any 21st century adventurer. She is the opportunity for a truly unique lifestyle in luxury yachting with stylish, well appointed interiors designed by Philippe Starck.

Split-level decks provide open and shaded sun-lounging areas, secluded side pods, sheltered outdoor dining and informal seating areas, an airy and light gymnasium and a private beach club complete with Jacuzzi and vast sun beds. With impressive volume provided by six decks and a beam of 12.7m, Senses can store three tenders laterally, has full helicopter capability and a stern-launched 42’ Nelson tender. Accommodating up to 12 guests in flexible accommodation of five or six cabins, Lloyds classed and MCA compliant, Senses was asking €35 million.

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