Listed jointly for sale with IYC & Cecil Wright, Y.CO introduced the buyer to the 50m motor yacht who was part of the Y.CO charter fleet and will return to the charter market with the same broker next year.
Built by Feadship in 2004, she underwent her first refit a decade ago and her new owners intend to repeat the procedure again in order to keep her appeal fresh for prospective charter clients according to Max Bulley of the Y.CO Sales Team.
“We’re very pleased to have secured this outstanding pedigree Feadship on behalf of our client,” said Bulley.
“We’d like to extend our thanks to HANIKON’s captain John Colvin and the entire crew for their support throughout the sale.”
This crew of 12 provide guests of an equal number an immaculate service, on hand to help with some of the phenomenal facilities such as an outdoor cinema and massage room.
Her elegant design was brought to life by exterior designer Terence Disdale, whilst her naval architecture and layout on board drawn by De Voogt Naval Architects.
Known mostly for her immense levels of comfort that she provides her guests, HANIKON also gives guests outstanding stability at sea and exceptionally quiet cruising.
Previously named Troyanda, the superyacht its capable of travelling at a top speed of 14 knots in in all weather conditions, with the capacity to take those on board across ranges of 4500 nautical miles.