Northrop & Johnson have announced the sale of the 38.4 metre Feadship superyacht Sirenuse with brokers Chris Chumley and Gregg Child having acted in behalf of the buyer. Built in 1978, Sirenuse has been well maintained since her launch and is one of the few yachts of her size who have embarked on a trip around the world, made possible by her impressive range of 4,500nm.
Sirenuse is currently at Front Street Shipyard in Main, USA where she will undergo yet another refit, her last one being 2004. According to the yard she will have much of her interior refitted as well as a new coat of exterior paint applied. The refit is scheduled to take place over the coming winter season.
Sirenuse is designed to accommodate up to 11 guests and is able to cruise at 10 knots with a top speed of 14 knots.
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