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Syzygy 818 sold and renamed Pi

The 77.3m Feadship-built vessel was delivered in summer 2019…

Feadship’s 77.25m Pi has been sold to an unnamed client. The 77.3m vessel, formerly called Syzygy 818 prior to the point of sale, was delivered by the Dutch yard this summer to great acclaim, and was among the stars of this year’s Monaco Yacht Show.

While details of the sale have yet to be confirmed, SuperyachtNews is aware that the price is in line with The Superyacht Agency’s proprietary brokerage sales price modelling tool, which currently values Pi at €134.9 million ± €5 million.

As is apparent from our model, Pi represents the third most valuable superyacht in the delivered Feadship fleet behind 101.5m Symphony (€129.8 million) and 110.0m Anna (€177.9 million).

The vessel, whose exterior lines are noteworthy for their extraordinary use of double curvature structural glass, was designed by Jarko Jammsen, representing his inaugural superyacht project. The interiors are the work of Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, with naval architecture from De Voogt Naval Architects.

The seller is a client of KK Superyachts, the company that oversaw the management of the project and its delivery.  

Feadship has three deliveries scheduled for 2020 at an average LOA of 77.7m.

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