CASUAL WATER

$3,250,000

Casual Water is a Feadship beauty for sale, with her classical lines and lovely blue hull with teak edging setting her apart from the crowd. Built in 1987 in the Netherlands, this raised pilothouse full-displacement yacht benefits from excellent Dutch engineering and superior construction, receiving multiple refits throughout the years that have kept her in perfect condition. Her most recent refit was completed in 2016, with a complete interior and equipment overhaul leaving her in as-new condition.

PRICE & SPECIFICATION

$3,250,000
Asking Price
110'/33.53m
Length
22'11"/6.98m
Beam
233 GT
Gross Tonnage
1987 / 2016
Built
14 Knots
Maximum Speed
11 Knots
Cruising Speed
Feadship
Builder
8
Guests
3
Cabins
6
Crew
Steel
Hull
Aluminium
Superstructure

Designed by De Voogt, with an interior by Martie Pottinger, Casual Water sleeps eight in three cabins – a master, double and twin – and carries six crew with three crew cabins. An on-deck study, with desk, convertible sofa and day head and shower, is able to convert into an additional double cabin, allowing additional accommodation as required

Casual Water is a versatile vessel: she has transatlantic capabilities thanks to her displacement hull, yet her shallow draft allows her to access anchorages and bays normally out of reach for yachts of her size. The upper deck cockpit delivers the perfect spot to enjoy the sunshine when cruising warm waters such as the Bahamas, and other destinations in the Caribbean.Twin tenders are ideal for trips to shore, for exploring narrow inlets and enjoying a fast spin out on the water.

Careful refits have seen all woodwork stripped back and built back up, resulting in a lustrous high gloss finish throughout all the interiors. The rich wood colourings look particularly impressive in the guest suites, where custom wooden furniture and doorframes are offset beautifully against bright cream walls. All guest areas are impressive, but particularly the master cabin, located amidships, with a king bed and his and hers bathrooms with marble and gold fittings.

The open lounge area has a dining area with a table that can seat six, and plenty of sofas and chairs offer guests a space to relax in comfort. There is the option to separate the dining and living areas for added privacy. Soft furnishings in tasteful creams and beiges are complimented by occasional blue accents and soft lighting. The space benefits from a fully equipped entertainment system, including television and surround sound. The adjacent galley kitchen is fully equipped for easy entertaining.

From the main salon the lower deck is reached by an elegant staircase, adjacent to large doors that open on to the aft deck. Here, refit work has seen the removal of  the aft deck enclosure, creating a tranquil space complete with wet bar – perfect for al fresco dining and evening cocktails with a view. Stepping down to the yacht’s lower level, this second open deck space has a beach club vibe, bringing guests closer to the water. On the upper deck, the relaxed seating in the sheltered second cockpit is the perfect spot for guests to enjoy shade and endless views of the ocean. Sun loungers can even be found nestled amongst the tenders, with every bit of her 110 feet maximised for guest enjoyment.

Built from steel and aluminium, Casual Water enjoys a top speed of 14 knots and a cruising range of 2000 nautical miles when at the cruising speed of 10 knots, allowing her to see more than just the classic cruising routes. She is undoubtedly one of the best classic Feadships on the market today.

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Michael Rafferty

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Michael was introduced to boating while spending his first 18 summers in Cape May, New Jersey working in his fathers shipyard and mating on his boats. After graduating from business school in Boston with an MBA degree, Michael owned and operated a sport fishing boat for five years between Palm Beach Florida and Nantucket, Massachusetts. Michael then went into the Merchant Marine and earned his 1600 ton master’s license. He then spent 10 years as a yacht and ship captain including three years as captain of a U.S. Navy research ship. Michael then returned to Palm Beach and started a marine service business and began his career as a yacht broker. From 1990 till present Michael has worked for two prominent yacht brokerage firms and most recently has joined IYC in Palm Beach, Florida. With 30 years in the yachting business, Michael is well positioned to help his clients in all aspects of yachting including sales, service and new build projects.