After she was sold about a month ago, the 92m Attessa IV arrived in Vancouver, B.C. on the 4th of April for a complete rebuild. Her experienced American owner already owns an 68m Feadship yacht, Attessa III, which he completely rebuild when the yacht was almost completely destroyed after a fire.
The rebuilding of Attessa IV will be done by the Washington Yachting Group, the shipyard of the owner which also rebuild his other yacht. Besides that the yacht will be lengthened not much details are known, but knowing the owner it will look striking when she will be relaunched in the next years.
Attessa IV, formerly known as Evergreen, was built by the Japanese Evergreen shipyard Corporation in 1998 for the chairman of Evergreen Shipping. Shortly after her launch the yacht visited the Monaco Yacht Show, which was one of her only visits outside Asian waters. Most of the time she could be found in Singapore or Taiwan. She had been for sale for almost all her life.
The photo was kindly provided by Baird, for more information on the availability of the photos please visit the album on Yacht-Images.com.
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