Fraser Yachts has accompanied its sale of 49.5m M/Y Sensation with a new central agency listing in the form of 52m M/Y Deja Too. The latter is currently based in Tivat, Montenegro, and is for sale at €23.9 million with Andrew Bond and Georges Bourgoignie of Fraser Yachts’ London office.
Deja Too is a full displacement build with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure that was launched at Amels’ facility in Vlissingen, Netherlands, in 2003. “Amels is one of the best shipyards in the world, so this really is a great opportunity for a buyer”, began Bond. “We recently had 10 clients on board – all of which were incredibly complimentary on the balance between the interior and exterior spaces. She is part of Amels’ Tigre d’Or series and had the interior and exterior design work completed by the highly credible Terence Disdale Design”.
52m Deja Too
The versatility of the yacht is accommodating for any owner, with design work that appeals to all. As such, she has had great success on the charter market, with an output of eight or nine weeks per year. However, what is truly achievable is somewhat stunted by her availability being concentrated to the eastern Mediterranean.
One of the most notable on board features is the vast sun deck, primed for hosting on board, which has an array of sun pads aft, a large table, and a Jacuzzi with more sun pads forward. The sun deck can be converted into a dancefloor or cinema in the evenings, complete with a state-of-the-art sound system.
“The owner has upgraded her with no expense spared”, continued Bond. “She had new generators installed this year, an entire repaint in 2011, and she goes back to Viareggio every summer with a very comprehensive upgrade and maintenance programme, so she is in fantastic condition.”
This week, Fraser Yachts also confirmed the sale of the Sensation Yachts built 49.5m Sensation. The 2007 build was sold with Jan Jaap Minnema representing the seller and Bush Noble Trading LLC representing the buyer. The final asking price for the vessel – currently based in Singapore – was €9.9 million.