Berthed in Porto Montenegro, the 41-metre Queen of Andaman is a spacious motorsailer, comfortably accommodating eight in four equal-sized suites, with a possible two more in a main deck cabin. With the possibility of acquiring a berth in Palma or Montenegro too, Queen of Andaman is newly signed up with De Valk (Palma or Antibes) as central agency.
She has the volume of a motoryacht and the lines of a classic sailing ketch. Suiting an owner who is looking for a comfortable home on the water who likes to save fuel when the right conditions present themselves, Queen of Andaman cruises under power at 12 knots and can sail at up to 10 knots.
Turnkey, with a Cayman Island ownership structure, she is ready to sail away having recently been extensively refitted in Palma. Benefiting from an enormous 90-square-metre sundeck-cum-flybridge and large aft and fore decks, she has hosted parties for up to 150 guests. For parties of eight to 10 guests, there are a number of private deck areas to enjoy time alone, the forward seating area being a popular one.
Proven offshore, “Queen of Andaman” has cruised South East Asia and the Mediterranean, with the same owners since newly launched five years ago. She is equipped with a compressor for diving enthusiasts.
She has great charter potential with glowing references from top superyacht brokers. For full-on service, she can accommodate a crew of seven, located aft.
Insurance value is € 6.5 million, asking price € 4,875,000 with comprehensive inventory. Excellent value for a voluminous 41-metre superyacht, meticulously maintained to RINA class and commercially registered.