158’/48M M/Y CAROLINA SOLD BY IYC

IYC is proud to announce the third sale in one month by Mark Elliott, IYC Sales and Charter Consultant; the sale of 158’/48m M/Y Carolina. Built by Feadship in 1997, with a major refit in 2014, Carolina is a yacht that is second to none, commanding attention wherever she goes. Combining all the elements that make Feadships so sought after – design brilliance, exquisite detailing, style and world class construction – she is an exciting prospect for any discerning owner. Construction is full displacement with a steel hull and styling is by Guido de Groot and her interior by John Munford.

Carolina is able to welcome up to 12 guests with five spacious cabins, and 10 crew. Guests can enjoy beautiful spaces, indoors and outdoors, on every deck with a variety of rooms and outdoor areas to retreat to. A seamless design links every room together, with a recurring Art Deco motif throughout the yacht adding an extra touch of style.

The yacht’s main salon has lounge seating and armchairs, with a formal dining table. Beautiful Madrona burr and Anigre woods, luxurious soft furnishings, the yacht’s signature Art Deco motif and wide windows make this a stunning space to gather in. The nearby galley, located forward to port, ensures easy service and features a large island, a dumb waiter to the sky lounge, and huge windows. The sky lounge is a second large guest space, with casual seating, a large widescreen television and inviting card table which flows directly out to the boat deck via sliding glass doors.

A huge entrance foyer features a spiral staircase that connects the skylounge and bridge deck. Forward of the entrance foyer is the private owner’s study, which has been designed to be a versatile space that can easily convert into a children’s playroom, massage room, private bar or more. Further forward is the on-deck full beam King master, with many amenities including a huge ensuite with freestanding Jacuzzi bath, oversized closet and owner’s desk. The lower deck is home to two queens and two twins with Pullmans, all with entertainment systems and ensuites featuring beautiful marble.

Carolina’s main outdoor spaces will make her perfect for those who love to make the most of their surroundings, enjoying plentiful views and space to relax and sunbathe. The bridge deck aft is a large sheltered space with full dining table and relaxed seating, which serves as the main al fresco dining spot. The aft deck, leads down to swim platform and dive lazarette, which is the perfect base for swimming and water activities.

The upper bridge deck is home to the wheelhouse, which recently had its equipment upgraded, and a 6.5m tender storage area to port aft of the wheelhouse, freeing the owners deck areas from being used for storage. The sun deck is an outdoor hub for guests, with yet more seating, sunpads, an enclosed gym area, Jacuzzi and a BBQ.

Powered by twin Caterpillar engines Carolina cruises comfortably at 13 knots, with a transatlantic range of 4300nm. The yacht has a reputation for being extremely quiet and vibration free, ensuring comfortable and relaxed cruising. An outstanding overall package, Carolina is all class.

To learn more about the sale of Carolina yacht contact Mark Elliott. Other yachts recently sold by Mark include Three Forks and Carte Blanche.

To view a list of recent sales by IYC click here.

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