The 41 metre ketch-rigged motorsailer Queen of Andaman has been sold with Alex Koersvelt at Edmiston & Company representing the buyer and seller
Custom built to RINA class by Turkey’s Neta Marine with delivery in 2007, Queen of Andaman is beautifully crafted in mahogany with epoxy protection and offers generous accommodation for up to 10 guests in five guest cabins along with quarters for seven crew in four cabins. Until recently she chartered extensively in South-East Asia based in Phuket, Thailand, and proved to be a very popular charter yacht.
She has the grace, class and elegance of a traditional classic yacht, yet has the performance and amenities of a modern one. Strong, classic lines, combined with her tall rigging, give her a sense of real character.
An expansive saloon and dining area, elegantly decorated with dark wooden panelling and highly polished wooden floors, offers a bar, entertainment system and formal dining for 10 guests in luxurious comfort.
At around the time the sun sets, the perfect place to be is on the spacious flybridge bar where guests can enjoy al fresco cocktails and fine dining. At night, the tasteful lighting of the flybridge brings out the full character of this exquisite deck. During the day, shade is provided by a generous awning and there is ample space for sunbathing, or just lazing around on this spacious deck. Under power, twin 500hp MAN engines give her a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Commercially registered and berthed in Porto Montenegro, Queen of Andaman was asking €2,900,000.