The 46.27 metre Pina Marine superyacht Queen Anne has been sold via a US Marshall sealed bid auction. The broker representing Queen Anne was Josh Gulbranson of Fraser, while Adam-Michael Papadakis of Moravia Yachting introduced the buyer.
More than 10 bidders entered Queen Anne's auction, all above the minimum required bid which started at $5,500,000 with a $500,000 bid deposit. A group with yachting experience purchased the vessel and she will shortly begin a refit, according to Fraser.
Penned by Uniellè Yacht Design with naval architecture by Meccano Engineering, Queen Anne was constructed in steel and aluminium and launched in 2013, with a refit finished in 2018. She features a modern design with a helipad that can be raised hydraulically to give access to the foredeck.
Her modern interior, styled by Ales Bratina, accommodates up to 12 guests in a full beam master suite on the main deck, two VIP staterooms and two twin cabins, each with a Pullman berth. All cabins have entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathrooms.
There is ample space for al fresco entertaining on board, with the top deck offering a hot tub and cocktail bar as well as uninterrupted views.
A touch and go helipad is found on her upper deck, with a garage aft and a tender on her foredeck deployed by a crane. Elsewhere, the yacht's aft deck boasts copious amounts of sheltered sofas surrounding two bespoke wooden tables, with an al fresco dining space for up to ten guests found forward.
Queen Anne is powered by twin 969kW Caterpillar engines giving a top speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 12 knots. The noise and vibration control designed by Van Capellen together with Quantum zero-speed stabilisers provide a quiet and relaxing experience on board.
Queen Anne's final asking price was not disclosed.