57m Feadship superyacht Halo sold

Written by Francesca Webster

Kitson Yachts have announced the sale of the 57.47-metre Feadship superyacht Halo. The buyer was introduced by Michael Tabor and Brandon Kummer, co-founders of Kitson Yachts, listed for sale by Antonio Yturbe with Edmiston. Halo had a last known asking price of €64,000,000, she has been on the market for less than two months.Halo by Feadship under sea trials on the North SeaThe buying brokers, Kitson Yachts, founded their brokerage only three months ago, and Halo is their first major deal. They commented, “Halo was sourced off market, we are very proud of this sale, particularly given the competitive landscape of today’s marketplace.”

Built in 2015, the superyacht Halo, sold, features exterior design by Harrison Eidsgaard, and interior design by Bernardi + Peschard. Her naval architecture comes from the boards of De Voogt Naval Architects.Halo yacht stateroomHalo yacht stateroomHalo can accommodate as many as 12 guests between six generous staterooms, which are decorated with dark wooden panelled walls and furniture. These include a main deck owners suite, with a dedicated office. There is also a VIP cabin on the bridge deck, while the additional four cabins, and a gym, are located between the bridge deck and the main deck.Halo yacht saloonHalo yacht aft deck Her main aft deck has a large L-shaped sofa and ample space for entertaining and lounging. In addition to her custom Compass tenders, Halo also accommodates a wide range of water toys and scuba diving equipment, as well as a touch-and-go helipad at her bow.Halo yacht diningHalo yacht gymShe reaches a top speed of 16.0 knots. She can sleep up to 12 guests taken care of by a crew of 14. The superyacht Halo, sold, has an explorer worthy range of 5,000 nautical miles.Halo yacht anchored in the Papagayo Peninsula, Costa RicaPhoto: SYT Reader



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