Launched as Quien Sabe in 1965, she was one of seven hulls in the Caravelle series delivered between August 1961 and October 1965 and designed by Carlo Riva. Under new ownership, she returned to Feadship for a year-long refit in 2018 and was reborn as Caravelle - a tribute to the eponymous series.
The refit involved the complete stripping and rebuilding of the engine room and a 1.5 metre extension to the stern to accommodate a lazarette and folding swim platform. The hull was also repainted alongside a system upgrade and the addition of four at-anchor stabilisers.
Caravelle can sleep up to six guests in three cabins, configured as a master suite with a "boudoir", two guest suites and a triple cabin with two single bunks and a Pullman berth. Further accommodation sleeps a crew of three.
Caravelle left Feadship's Makkum refit facility in February 2019 and “retained its beautiful soft body curves, charming blue hull, warm teak deck and gleaming chrome deck jewellery,” the shipyard said.
Power comes from two MAN D2866XLE 400hp engines for a top speed of 12 knots.
Caravelle is asking $5,770,724.