The 60.35-metre Feadship superyacht Blue Moon has been sold. Northrop and Johnson brokers Kevin Merrigan and Wes Sanford acted on behalf of the seller, the buyer was represented by Stuart Larsen of Fraser. Launched in 2005, the superyacht, which features exterior design from Donald Starkey, has been well maintained throughout her life, receiving regular updates, retaining her in good condition for her new owner.
With six staterooms, able to accommodate as many as 12 guests, including a full-beam, 111 square-metre main deck master suite, featuring an office, private gym and his-and-hers bathrooms. The additional five staterooms have a flexible layout and are able to be converted into a number of different configurations, making her a favourite on the charter scene. Alongside these additional staterooms, all on the lower deck, is another gym for the guests.Aside from her stateroom layout, Blue Moon has additional standout features, including a glass elevator which serves all decks, an observation lounge and a number of saloons, lounges, bars and dining spaces.Externally she has an array of lounging and dining options, as well as a gym, large swim platform, a full suite of tenders and toys and plenty of space for entertaining.The 1,102 GT superyacht Blue Moon had a last known asking price of €43,900,000.