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According to Florida based yacht brokers Moran Yacht and Ship, the 62m (213ft) Feadship M/Y Rasselas has been sold. After the sale, it was announced that the yacht has now been renamed Positive Carry.
The superyacht is the fourth Feadship motor yacht to have been sold in the last six months by Moran Yacht & Ship. The yacht was built by Feadship in 1994 in the Netherlands, with the exterior design work performed by De Voogt Naval Architects.
With a beam of 10.7m and a draft of 5m, the asking price for the yacht was in the region of $26,000,000. Positive Carry has a cruising speed of 13 knots, maximum speed of 16 knots and a range of 5000 nautical miles from her 138,000.00 litre fuel tanks.
She has also previously undergone a multi-million dollar refit, enhancing the authentic character of this classic yacht.
The yacht can accommodate up to 14 guests in six suites comprising one owner’s cabin, three double cabins and two twin cabins, while being able to carrying up to 19 crew.
For more information, visit Moran Yacht and Ship.
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