Superyacht China renamed Relentless and still for sale with Fraser

1 August 2012

Fraser Yachts in Monaco reports that the company’s central listing, 33.53m motor yacht China, has been renamed Relentless.

The yacht, which was reduced in from €6.95 million to €5.95 million in May, is still for sale with Fraser.

Built by Kingship in 2006, Relentless is Lloyds classed and MCA compliant. This expedition styled superyacht has an interior design incorporating the four Chinese elements of wood, fire, water and earth enhanced by high quality fittings. Colours, textures and fabrics have been carefully selected to create an atmosphere of serenity and comfort and she sleeps up to 11 guests in a main deck master suite plus four double staterooms and a Pullman berth. Her exterior styling is by Setzer Design and naval architecture by Sea Quest and Vripack.

Twin Caterpillar 550hp engines give Relentless a range of 3,430 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 9.8 knots and she has proven her seaworthiness by travelling from Hong Kong to the South of France on her own bottom.