Denison Yachting has announced the sale of two superyachts this week: the 28.9-metre Chagos and the 27.96-metre Addiction. Photo: Merijn de Waard / SuperYacht TimesThe American-made expedition yacht Chagos was built by Ocean Voyager and delivered in 2013. Chagos can accommodate six adults across three staterooms, all of which feature en-suite bathrooms. She is designed to be easily handled by two crew members, requiring minimal maintenance.
She features a Palfinger knuckle-style commercial crane capable of lifting a fishing boat, and a commercial grade gallery. Powered by twin 350 hp Cummins NT-855 diesel engines, she has a top speed of 10 knots and a cruising speed of eight knots.
Addiction, a yacht build by Pershing was delivered in 2013 as a Pershing 92 model. Italian Fulvio de Simoni designed both the interior and exterior. She can accommodate eight guests across four staterooms, including a master’s suite, a double cabin and two twin cabins. She has a cruising speed of 38 knots and is able to reach a top speed of 41 knots. Photo: DenisonAlex G Clarke from Denison acted as the broker for the sale of Chagos, who was listed at an asking price of $950,000 at the time of sale. Addiction was listed for sale at an asking price of $5,599,000 with Will Noftsinger from Denison and Boomer Jousma from the Italian Yacht Group representing the buyer.
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