The 50m Feadship superyacht Hanikon has been sold

The 49.99-metre Feadship superyacht Hanikon sold in Italy after 116 days on the market. The sale of the iconic superyacht was concluded by IYC broker Leo Jordil working alongside Henry Smith of Cecil Wright & Partners representing the seller, while Max Bulley of Y.CO represented the buyer. Hanikon yacht at anchor Photo: Quin BissetHanikon was launched in 2004 and features exterior design from Terence Disdale Design. The yacht has classic Feadship lines with three decks and a slightly flared bow. Her hull is punctuated by slatted windows amidships and the social areas are surrounded by windows.  Hanikon yacht saloonPhoto: Quin BissetHanikon yacht dining tablePhoto: Quin BissetHer interior styling is complete in with a slightly Asian influence, with wooden panelling and dark lacquered furniture, a theme that continues within her five staterooms. The yacht accommodates as many as 12 guests, with one master suite, two doubles and two twins, the latter also have two pullman beds. Hanikon yacht stateroomPhoto: Quin BissetExternally the yacht has a large sundeck with open air cinema, as well as a dining area and lounge. She also has dining on the main deck aft and a lounge area on the upper deck aft. Hanikon yacht deck at nightPhoto: Quin Bisset
Hanikon yacht aft deck seatingPhoto: Quin BissetMax Bulley of Y.CO commented, “We’re very pleased to have secured this outstanding pedigree Feadship on behalf of our client. The yacht has been a popular part of the Y.CO charter fleet for several years and under her new ownership, will undergo refit works that will broaden her appeal even more, with a relaunch to the charter market with Y.CO planned next year. We’d like to extend our thanks to Hanikon’s captain John Colvin and the entire crew for their support throughout the sale”.Hanikon yacht anchored aerialPhoto: Quin BissetShe had a last known asking price of €22,900,000.

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