Burgess has another fine addition to its sales fleet in the form of 49.8m semi-displacement motoryacht Monaco Wolf. Her listing comes just two years after she was sold by Burgess to her current owner, making her the second of four Heesen builds sold by Burgess in this size range. She is listed with an asking price of €29.5 million (EU VAT paid).
Monaco Wolf is built entirely of aluminium and is sistership to the award-winning 49.8m Septimus, formerly Satori. Her exterior styling is the work of Frank Laupman, of Omega Architects, whose meticulous eye – in conjunction with the experienced owner’s – has allowed for the maximisation of deck space, including a 70sqm sun deck.
49.8m Monaco Wolf
Furthermore, she has a lounging area on the foredeck – offering an additional 25sqm when combined with the main salon – and features a Jacuzzi and swim platform on deck for opulent outdoor living.
The interior work was completed by renowned Italian design studio, Francesco Paszkowski Design, which is primarily known for its work with the Italian shipyards Sanlorenzo and Baglietto, but is now working on its third collaboration with Heesen on Project Alba, which was sold just prior to the conclusion of 2015.
She is able to accommodate 12 guests over a six-cabin layout, comprising a master suite positioned forward on the main deck and a further five cabins, including a full beam VIP suite, located on the lower deck.
Monaco Wolf, whilst very different on the eye, is comparable in LOA and age to Feadship’s 46.6m Kiss, which has had a central agency change and as of 18 February is for sale with Y.CO for €34.95 million.
Images courtesy of Burgess, Blue I Productions, Emilio Bianchi & Jeff Brown