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Moravia Yachting are delighted to announce the sale of the 46m QUEEN ANNE

QUEEN ANNE was completed at Pina Marine in 2013 to MCA and commercial compliance, however it has always been used privately. Her naval architecture was handled by Meccano Engineering, exterior design is by Uniellé Yacht Design and her interior styl…

Image forMoravia Yachting are delighted to announce the sale of the 46m QUEEN ANNE

QUEEN ANNE was completed at Pina Marine in 2013 to MCA and commercial compliance, however it has always been used privately. Her naval architecture was handled by Meccano Engineering, exterior design is by Uniellé Yacht Design and her interior style was created by Ales Bratina.

The yacht has an attractive exterior profile with a light grey steel hull and white aluminium superstructure, intersected by dark glazing.

QUEEN ANNE features a large interior volume with full-displacement steel hull, coming in just under 500GT at 498GT. There’s accommodation for 12 guests in 5 suites. The master stateroom and adjacent owner’s study are located on the main deck, with two VIP doubles and two twin cabins on the lower deck.

Both the main deck saloon and upper deck lounge lead out to large exterior deck spaces. There’s aft-facing seating and a bar counter on the main deck, and an inviting al fresco dining space on the upper.  

Ascending to the sun deck, there’s a Jacuzzi, cushioned sun pads and built-in seating.

 
“Queen Anne features a striking design and an impressive specification and finish, making her a rare find and unique to the market. I am super pleased to have completed this demanding transaction successfully and wish the very best to the new owners.” Adam Papadakis
 
A more unusual and distinctive attribute for a yacht of this size, is QUEEN ANNE’s touch-and-go helipad which can be raised hydraulically to give access to the foredeck. 

A large tender can be carried in the aft garage and there’s space for a second, smaller tender on the foredeck, which is deployed and recovered by crane.

QUEEN ANNE has a 15.5-knot top speed and, at her cruising speed of 12 knots, a range of 4,500 nautical miles.

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