Burgess showing Moon Sand Too in HK
The Asia team of the global brokerage house is arranging viewings of the elegant, voluminous 34m Feadship in Hong Kong.
The 33.9 Moon Sand Too was delivered in 2016
Burgess has been appointed as the central agency for the sale of the 33.9m Feadship Moon Sand Too, which is available for viewings in Hong Kong. De Voogt handled naval architecture and exterior design of the 111ft Dutch build, while the interiors are by Bannenberg & Rowell.
Moon Sand Too was the first of Feadship’s Lagoon Cruiser Series of yachts and features extensive use of glass, transforming both her appearance and the guest experience inside. Aluminium construction increases strength and reduces weight, while a shallow draft of 1.8m expands the cruising possibilities in the likes of Florida, the Bahamas and much of Southeast Asia.
A large sun deck has a bar, barbecue and shaded dining for up to 10 guests
A large sun deck has a lounge forward partially shaded by the hardtop. It also has a bar, barbecue, shaded dining for up to 10 guests, and a versatile space aft for exercise equipment, yoga, entertainment or loose furniture like sun loungers. The aft cockpit on the main deck also offers alfresco dining.
Her volume of 262GT is almost 25 per cent more than on standard designs of this length, with the interiors offering spectacular views due to the extensive use of glass. The saloon includes an L-shaped sofa port aft opposite café seating to starboard and a formal dining area forward.
De Voogt designed the exterior, while the interiors are by Bannenberg & Rowell
Off the lobby is a day head, while forward is the full-beam owner’s suite with en-suite shower and bath, and a walk-in wardrobe. The lower deck includes three en-suite guest cabins comprising a full-beam VIP double with walk-in wardrobe, a double and a twin.
A pair of 1,800hp MTU diesel engines provide a top speed of 21 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots. The yacht was built to Bureau Veritas classification and delivered in 2016.
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