The 31.09-metre classic Feadship motor yacht Blue, launched in 1969, has now been sold after 322 days on the market. Previously named Arcadia, Blue was sold by Denison Yachting broker Max Murphey who introduced the buyer, with Thom Conboy and Chris Collins of Denison Yachting, and John Cohen and Merle Wood & Associates, representing the seller. Photo: Ocean IndependenceBlue’s exterior was designed by Haarlem-based studio De Voogt Naval Architects. She underwent an extensive refit from 2017-2019 at Derecktor Shipyards in Dania, Florida, at a cost of over 20 million dollars, leaving her in bristol condition ready for her new owner.Blue was the first Feadship yacht to complete a trans-Atlantic passage and retains the charm of her original interior, though now fitted with state-of-the-art equipment. She can accommodate six guests, as well as six crew members, and has a top speed of 13 knots.
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