Falmouth-based superyacht yard Pendennis is putting the finishing touches to a stylish new custom built explorer yacht.
The 114ft Project Fox is already in-build at the Falmouth yard but has only recently come onto the market.
It’s the first time the UK yard has had to look for new owners mid-build, according to sales director, Stephen Hills, who says it offers an “exciting opportunity with a substantially shortened lead time”.
Sporting a high plumb bow, this muscular looking steel/aluminium tri-deck motoryacht started construction at Turkish yard Tansu Yachts but moved to Pendennis earlier this year.
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Originally designed by Riza Tansu in conjunction with Diana Yacht Design in Holland, it features a lavish 295GT interior on a 7.7m beam.
The proposed interior, designed by Q London, features parquet floors which complement its beach-house-meets-art-deco vibe.
Project Fox is being built to a RINA commercial classification with accommodation for up to eight guests in four ensuite cabins and up to seven crew.
There are two possible full-beam owner’s suites, one forward on the main deck and another amidships on the lower deck, where there are two more twin/doubles.
A key element to the design is the vast 104m2 aft deck for housing a host of toys, launched with the aid of twin 2.5-tonne deck cranes. The provisional inventory suggests at least two 7.5m RIBs and a mini submarine.
Twin 1,015hp Caterpillar C18 engines will deliver a top speed of 15 knots and a range of around 3,600nm at a constant cruise of 12 knots, giving Project Fox true round the world capability.
London-based superyacht broker, Ian Sherwood at Burgess, has been given the central agency listing. The asking price is €15,500,000 for delivery in spring 2023.