The 70-metre conversion superyacht Felix has now been sold. The superyacht was originally built by German shipbuilder Neue Jadewerft in 1969, but was converted in 2007 into a luxury superyacht by Taiwanese shipping company Jade Yachts, completed under the supervision of Van Lent at MB92 in Spain. Her sale was concluded by Josh Gulbranson and Stuart Larsen of Fraser on behalf of the seller. Felix's naval architecture was designed by Dutch studio Vripack, and her conversion exterior lines were designed by Reymond Langton. The superyacht, previously known as Amadeus, was fully refitted in 2014, and her seven cabins were designed by Zuretti Interior Design. Felix can accommodate as many as 14 guests and her generous 1,622 GT interior features Norwegian birch furniture and cabinetry and cream and silk panelling. She has a glass elevator serving her three decks, as well as a gym, golf driving range and cinema on the main deck.Under full power, Felix reaches a maximum speed of 14 knots and cruises at 12 knots, at which speed she has an impressive transatlantic range of 8,400 nautical miles. Felix has been maintained in very good condition by experienced owners and is Lloyds classed.Her exterior lines are complete in navy blue and white, and there is ample on deck dining and lounging space. Felix carries two 7.4-metre Vikal custom guest tenders and a 4.5 Zodiac MOB rescue tender. She had a last known asking price of €38,500,000.