After 587 days on the market, the 25.81-metre Feadship yacht Sultana has been sold with a last known asking price of €2,995,000. The deal was closed with Nicolas Fry and Edward Dickinson from Northrop & Johnson representing both the buyer and the seller in the deal. Built by Feadship in 1969, Sultana is a motor yacht with a classic canoe stern restored to her former glory in 2012 during a comprehensive refit at Feadship. Featuring an exterior design by De Voogt, the yacht can accommodate up to eight guests in four cabins. Sultana’s interior has a cool, contemporary styling with rich walnut panels and a muted soft grey colour palette. The yacht’s main saloon features a section of glass floor with views of the rebuilt Gardner 8L3B engines below.She has a full-beam master suite with a centreline queen bed, sofa, vanity, walk-in closet and ensuite bath with a Jacuzzi. The Feadship yacht also has a full-beam VIP and two staterooms with twin beds each completed with an entertainment system linked to the deck and underwater cameras.