The 40.05-metre Sunseeker superyacht Rhine has been sold thanks to Jim Poulsen and Greg Dagge of Northrop & Johnson acting on behalf of the buyer in Thailand while Camper & Nicholsons represented the seller. At the time of sale, she had a last known asking price of $9,300,000Photo: Camper & NicholsonsBuilt in 2012 and designed by Sunseeker, Rhine was made for entertaining as proven by her large sociable areas such as the sundeck with its Jacuzzi, ample seating and a bar. Both the skylounge aft and main deck aft are spaces suitable for alfresco dining and lounging for all those on board. Photo: Camper & NicholsonsPhoto: Camper & NicholsonsInside, the interior design is said to be "modern with oriental flourishes" complemented by materials such as high-gloss Sapele wood and Emperador marble. Up to eight guests can stay overnight in the four staterooms that include a full-beam, main deck master suite, VIP stateroom with its own minibar and fridge and two convertible staterooms – all with an ensuite bathroom.Photo: Camper & NicholsonsThe aft garage houses a 6.2-metre Pascoe jet tender and two Jetskis and the nearby hydraulic swim platform makes this area ideal for enjoying water actives. Equipped with twin MTU 12V 4000 M93 diesel engines, Rhine can reach a top speed of 24 knots.