Over $10 million dropped from price of motor yacht Rasselas at Burgess

21 June 2012 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Burgess tell me of a currency switch from euros to dollars on Feadship's 62m motor yacht Rasselas, meaning an immediate price reduction of over $10 million.

She was built by De Vries in 2005 and this modern classic superyacht can trace her ancestry to a number of classical boats such as Paraffin and Gallant Lady as well as her earlier namesake, also built for the same American owner.

De Voogt, her designers, placed special emphasis on creating an extraordinary top deck and outer areas for the yacht. With a classic mahogany interior she is one of the last major yachts with an interior made from this tropical wood. Rasselas sleeps up to 14 guests in a master, four doubles and a twin cabin along with three Pullman berths.

Rasselas is now down from €55 million to $57.5 million, VAT paid.

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