The 35-metre superyacht Sedative has been sold with Ed Dickinson and Sean Doyle at Northrop & Johnson representing the seller and Michael St.Pierre of Princess Monaco representing the buyer. She had been jointly listed for sale with Northrop & Johnson and Dennis Frederiksen at Fraser.
Built in GRP by British yard Sunseeker, Sedative was launched in May 2020 as a Sunseeker 116 model offering accommodation for 11 guests in five cabins.
Chief among these is the large full-beam master’s suite with a walk-in wardrobe, floor-to-ceiling windows and an enclosed seating area alongside a sofa. Rounding off the accommodation are two double and two twin staterooms elsewhere on the lower deck. Crew quarters are for five crewmembers in three cabins.
Stand out design features on this yacht include an alfresco dining table on the aft deck, below a Jacuzzi on the sundeck. The foredeck features additional seating, while towards the stern the beach club hosts a swim platform that provides easy access to the sea.
The interior provides a “timeless feel” according to the brokers, with the space defined by ample light streaming in from multiple floor-to-ceiling windows. The main saloon hosts a bar facing out towards the aft deck, alongside a Murano glass chandelier that illuminates beautiful artwork adorning the walls.
Twin MTU diesel engines provide a top speed of 25 knots and a cruising speed of 19 knots, while a range of 1,250 nautical miles is possible when travelling at 12 knots.
Sedative was asking €12,995,000.