05 February

Superyacht Noble House sold by IYC Monaco Office

The 177 foot (54 meter) Sensation motor yacht Noble House was sold by IYC. Negotiations were completed in record time and the broker was Scott Jones.

IYC is pleased to complete an efficient sale of Noble House to the benefit of both parties. Not every sale gets wrapped up in a few days; but in the case of this yacht, the process went smoothly and the sale was completed in just three days. The buyer will be able to enjoy ownership of this multifaceted vessel.

Beneath the stylish exterior design and lush interior of a superyacht, Noble House has the capabilities and soul of an expedition yacht. Since its launch in 2005, Noble House has sailed parts of the South Pacific best known from romantic adventure stories. Her voyages have taken her to New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, Tahiti, Tonga, French Polynesia, Bora Bora and the Pitcairn Islands.

Built in New Zealand by Sensation Yachts Noble House has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. She is MCA compliant and holds ABS classification. She cruises at 14 knots and has a range of 4,700 nautical miles. Noble House was built for stability and strength with important safety and security features.

At 177 feet in length (54m) and a beam of 30 feet, the interior of Noble House represented a large canvas for the artistry of interior designer Francois Zuretti. Choice selections of fine woods and marbles were employed and accented by fine furnishings. Highlights of the yacht include a dramatic spiral staircase, cinema and wine cellar. Noble House will allow her new owner to sail in complete style and comfort.

Noble House has a total of six guest staterooms. The owner’s suite on the main deck includes a spacious office and a double whirlpool tub in the en suite “his and hers” bathroom.

One level down are the four double staterooms and one twin for guests. Up to ten crew are accommodated in the captain’s cabin, engineer’s cabin and four twin crew cabins.