Luxury Yacht Group has confirmed its appointment as the worldwide central agent for the sale of the latest Ken Freivokh 38m sailing yacht creation, Tiger. Offered for sale at just €4.5m, this state-of-the-art sailing yacht combines top pedigree design and pioneering features for exceptional value, both now and into the future.
Powered by twin MAN 440HP engines and Kohler 33KWA generators, Tiger is finished to RINA / MCA standards and features state-of-the-art Doyle sails which adorn its 35 meter and 26 meter aluminum masts. Her propulsion system allows her a top speed under power of 14 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 11 knots.
Sporting huge interior and exterior accommodations, this sleek, go-anywhere, superyacht with an eye-catching black steel hull represents the latest in innovative yacht design from the team that created the pioneering Maltese Falcon just two years ago. Expected to excel in the vibrant and expanding Mediterranean charter market, Tiger’s unique pedigree will also ensure a high re-sale value going forward.
Benefiting from the unique styling of the Freivokh team, Tiger boasts accommodation for ten guests and a compliment of a crew of five. Incorporating a convenient partitioned Master Suite, this superyacht can be fitted with either a single master stateroom or two separate suites – ideal for charter guests with young families.
Offering the peace-of-mind of a much larger yacht, Tiger also maintains the elegance and personality that is characteristic of the coveted Freivokh design. Additional details of this sailing superyacht include a 35 meter transom gulet; two guest cabins with two twin beds and two master cabins with queen-sized beds; four crew cabins for five crew; and a well-equipped professional galley. There is a lazarette with an opening cover which also can be used as a swimming platform and two telescopic boarding ledder and a telescopic pasarelle.
The vast interior space is matched by equally spacious exterior accommodation; the extensive teak and mahogany aft deck features a generous 12-person dining table and Bose sound system. Together, these create the “warm, elegant, and minimalist” style that was specified by the owner in the initial brief.
Tiger’s world-renowned designer Freivokh explains: “We do not view ‘modern’ as a trend with a set style, one moment angular, the next soft and rounded. It is more a state of mind, which exploits the unique and elegant character imparted by a flowing and purposeful sheer line, and receives and translates it into the various other lines and shapes which create the deckhouses and the total yacht.”
Reinforcing this modern mindset even further, Tiger incorporates state-of-the-art electrical safety, navigation and entertainment systems onboard, all kept cool by the Marin Coolmar air conditioning system with independent control in all cabins.
Destined for success when she arrives in the Mediterranean later this year, Tiger also features an array of equipment for sea-sport enthusiasts, ensuring that even the most deserving guests are well-catered for.