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| Feadship | 73.00M | "Hasna" | 2017 |

Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by Yacht News, Jun 22, 2017.

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  1. Yacht News

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    I saw her about a week ago at the Kaag (shipyard). Very impressive to see in real life.
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    "Hasna" has already started her sea trials. Yesterday she was out conducting stabilizer tests and general handling maneuvers.

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    A really well-appointed interior indeed. And the price doesn't seems too ludicrous, considering it's an almost brand-new Feadship with an 'easy-going' exterior/interior design and some nice features like the 8m pool. She also has some of the coolest tenders I've seen in recent times :)

    It will be a quick sale IMO.
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    I have a feeling that she is being offered close to her build price like Hampshire (former Vanish).
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    Very nice yacht. Classic lines, stylish yet sensible interior design with great outdoor space. I agree with the prediction that she'll sell quickly.
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    Always wondering why people take all this time building these very custom yachts and decide to sell them right after. There are serious yacht people that see through their build and only put the boat on sale if the delivery of the next one is near. This if I recall correctly was an Australian owner who upgraded from a much smaller yacht and his net worth doesn’t really fit this big of a yacht from what I read, incredibly successful businessman though could it be to turn a profit etc?

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