Burgess has been appointed central agent for the sale of the 160-foot Christensen Chasseur. The 2016 build has an asking price of $33,750,000.
According to Burgess, the owner has placed Chasseur up for sale while he is negotiating with the shipyard to build a new yacht in the 164-foot range.
Chasseur has six staterooms for 12 guests, including a full-beam master. The main deck dining table was custom-designed by Armani, and the central staircase has floating glass steps amid woven leather walls. A four-person elevator serves all decks.
The yacht has been on the charter market and is currently in the Mediterranean. The owner advertises a lowest weekly base rate of $224,000, and the charter program could continue under a new owner.
What’s performance like? According to Burgess, Chasseur has a cruising speed of 12 knots and a top end of 17 knots, with twin 1,875-horsepower Caterpillar engines. Range is 3,000 nautical miles.
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