The 49.13-metre Feadship superyacht MQ2 has just been sold, with John Cohen of Merle Woods & Associates acting on behalf of the seller and TWW Yachts representing the buyer.MQ2, formerly known as Mayan Queen, was built by Feadship in 1990 and has since been refitted in 2001, during which her hull was extended. She recently underwent another refit in 2015. The superyacht features naval architecture and exterior design from Dutch design and naval architecture firm, De Voogt Naval Architects. Her original interior is the work of Los Angeles-based designer, Robert Knack International.The 467 GT superyacht can accommodate as many as 14 guests across six staterooms, including an owner’s suite complete with his and hers en suite bathrooms and a walk-in wardrobe. Her remaining guest cabins consist of one VIP, two double and two twin staterooms. She hosts a crew of 10 on board.Her sun deck is complete with a large Jacuzzi and two L-shaped seating areas.Performance-wise, MQ2 cruises at 12 knots and can reach a top speed of 14 knots. She sports twin Detroit Diesel 16V 92 diesel engines.MQ2 was listed on the market with a last known asking price of $8,950,000.