Annagine was designed by Dykstra Naval Architects and built by Holland’s JOM yard to Lloyds class with delivery in March 2011. Decorated in subtle Honduras mahogany and cream panelling with chestnut flooring, she eludes elegance and style. She offers comfortable accommodation for eight guests in a master suite and two double cabins with two Pullman berths. All come complete with en suite shower facilities.
She combines comfort with performance including effortless and practical sail handling with powered hydraulic winches, and a roller furling headsail. On deck, she is clean and simple, with a sun shaded cockpit with dining table and a single wheel aft. Sheet winches are found outside the outer coaming of the cockpit, meaning sails can be trimmed from the safety of the cockpit itself.
Annagine is asking €6.5 million.