La Masquerade

La Masquerade is a unique concept a modern 30m Feadship. Built to fit in standard Mediterranean 30m berths, the yacht has all the typical Feadship qualities. Outstanding exterior layout and interior finishes. Rima's II (right below) is a large, open-plan 1987 Benetti.

At nearly 50m this is a lot of yacht for the money. Cecilie Marie is magnificent MCA approved sailing yacht nearing completion at Royal Huisman. Modern classic style built to world class standards. (See article on inside page.) Intermarine's Mega 445 is a brand new launch from this Italian yard. Outstanding value for money with many extras included in the standard specification.

Floating deck concept and low noise and vibration make her a very interesting package.



La Masquerade  
30m / 98'5" Feadship
Rima's II
49.5m / 162' Benetti   


Cecilie Marie
39.9m / 130'9" Royal Huisman
Intermarine Mega 445
44.5m / 145'11" Intermarine SpA

Heading the list is the Van Lent built La Masquerade. As mentioned previously, this Feadship is of the highest quality and is arguably the finest 30 metre yacht available.

The Jon Bannenberg designed Antipodean has highly distinctive lines. Giant circular portholes allow light to pour into the main saloon and there is excellent space on the top deck where the amounts of sun and shade can be controlled. Water jet propulsion gives her a good turn of speed.

Rima's II is very good value - nearly 50 metres of yacht for under US$11m. This 1987 Benetti was refitted and is in good shape. Potentially a highly successful charter yacht, she has an open plan main deck and can sleep up to fifteen guests.
Lady Mona K is still available and as we mentioned in Issue 1 of Antennae, this Bannenberg-designed Amels is of the highest quality. She is a very strong buy recommendation.

Destined to be another fine Feadship, Dream has substantial volume.

Being built at Royal Van Lent to designs by Don Starkey, it is still possible to influence the choice of soft furnishings.

Cecilie Marie is one of our 'yachts of the moment'. Nearing completion at Royal Huisman, this Bruce King designed ketch will be one of the finest of its size in recent years. At €13.5m she is available at substantially lower than replacement cost.

Bolero is still available to anyone who can persuade the current owner to part with this utterly beguiling yacht. The interior is a paragon of smart, modern style and she has been maintained in immaculate condition. Always one of the top yachts in any port. Golden Opus is Ron Holland's personal sloop. Great performance and easy to manage with a minimal crew.

Finally, the lovely classic Hygie has just been put on the market. US$1.25m seems a more than fair asking price for all that gleaming mahogany. Charming is the word that sums up this appealing ketch.