The 49.7-metre (163-foot) Feadship yacht Blu 470 (ex: Broadwater) is on the market and awaiting a new owner. The classic 1990-built Feadship yacht features exterior designs by De Voogt Naval Architects and interiors by Donald Starkey and Patrick Knowles.
Blu 470 has been kept in great condition throughout her lifespan and has received continuous improvements including an extensive two-year rebuild at Feadship and a more recent interior refit in 2014 under the close scrutiny of Patrick Knowles’ design team.
Aft of the main deck, guests will find a bar area that leads to the main salon and formal dining area where a custom-built floor-to-ceiling wine fridge is housed. The upper deck sky lounge has an additional bar and features a lounging area that opens out onto an intimate dining area. On the sundeck, guests can unwind on sun pads or in the Jacuzzi.
Blu 470 can accommodate up to 10 guests across five staterooms comprising a master suite forward of the main deck with a private office and a his and hers bathroom, three lower deck double cabins and one twin king-sized cabin, also located on the lower deck. A crew of up to 11 can be accommodated for on board Blu 470.
Equipped with a diesel-fuelled Caterpillar engine, she cruises at 12 knots and can reach a maximum speed of 16 knots. Yacht Blu 470, for sale now, can be viewed at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2019 or at anchor during the Monaco Yacht Show in September 2019.
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Source: Superyacht Times