Camper & Nicholsons has recently announced the sale of Feadship-built Princess Too, with Alex Lees-Buckley of Camper & Nicholsons representing the seller and Cornelius Gerling of Edmiston representing the buyer. The 47.6m superyacht, which has undergone significant refits and upgrades in the years since its delivery, was asking €15 million.
She was constructed with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure and launched at Feadship’s Royal Van Lent facility in Kaag, in 1999. She features the naval architecture and exterior design work of in-house designers, De Voogt Naval Architects and Sam Sorgiovanni Designs, the latter of which also worked on the interior.
Princess Too has undergone a rigorous maintenance programme since her delivery, with major work completed on five separate occasions. Since 2010, she has seen an interior refit, a complete Awlgrip repaint of the hull, an overhaul of the stabilisers, and upgrades and replacements to all electronic control boards.
The sale marks the seventh second-hand Feadship sale of the year. The resale performance of second-hand Feadships in 2016 is just one sale short of the eight made in 2015’s entirety.
A new Feadship refit and construction yard in Amsterdam is due to open in 2019, to support the ‘growing demand’ for 100m+ Feadships.
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