The 48.8-metre Christensen yacht Chasseur has been sold. Northrop & Johnson’s Wes Sanford and Sean Doyle represented the buyer and Burgess’ Christian Bakewell represented the seller in the deal.Launched in 2016, motor yacht Chasseur features naval architecture and an exterior design by the American shipyard and an interior design by the Vancouver, Washington-based VARO Interior Design.The interiors feature a neutral colour palette with more vibrant colours interspersed, and the designers used unique woods such as teak with holly inlays, hand-carved rosewood, milk-glazed sycamore and shagreen panels. Yacht Chasseur’s main saloon, which includes a formal dining area featuring a custom Armani table, is flooded with natural light thanks to large windows. Photo: Jeff BrownAn elevator serves all decks on this 499 GT yacht which accommodates up to 12 guests. Her six staterooms include a full-beam master and a VIP suite furnished with Jean-Michel Frank and Hermes furniture. The yacht’s exteriors are equally luxurious, with plenty of al-fresco dining, entertainment, and lounging areas. As a standout area of the vessel, the sundeck includes a Jacuzzi, sunpads and a full bar.Chasseur’s last known asking price was $30,900,000.
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