IYC has announced that the Feadship-built 52m Gravitas has been sold, with Mark Elliott of IYC Fort Lauderdale representing the seller, and Michel Chryssicopoulos of IYC Greece representing the buyer.
Built in 1995 by Feadship in the Netherlands, with a 2014 refit that included a brand new interior and full repaint, IYC report that Gravitas’ Sport Utility Vessel (SUV) design has ‘aged beautifully’ and that she’s been ‘carefully maintained throughout her life’.
Designed with world travel in mind, Gravitas is incredibly seaworthy and has visited some of the world’s most prestigious spots in the 21 years since her launch, according to IYC.
She has three decks which offer multiple outdoor spaces for guests, including a swim platform, Jacuzzi and beach club. The aft bridge deck is able to hold multiple tenders and is also home to a touch-and-go helipad to allow easy access to the superyacht.
Gravitas features eight cabins for up to 18 guests. Of particular note is the owner’s four-room apartment of 12,000sqm, which includes a cocktail bar and private living room, and has 360° views across the ocean.
Guest cabins are located on the lower deck and are accessed by a beautiful spiral staircase.
The sale of Gravitas comes after news of IYC’s recent sale of Heesen’s 55m Serenity, which sold in April after three months’ representation from IYC.
For more information, visit IYC.