CETACEA

In 1969, two yachts were being built simultaneously at Royal Van Lent: INTENT and PROSIT. Their design demonstrated how yacht use and function was becoming increasingly varied. INTENT (since renamed ALCHEMY, then CETACEA) was intended as a family boat. Particular attention was paid to the layout, furnishings and equipment to ensure a genuine homely feel. In contrast, entertainment was an absolute priority in the PROSIT camp.    Among the attributes requested by her owner were a fishing cockpit complete with stainless steel fish and bait boxes (with their own running water), and two customized fishing chairs.  She has undergone a variety of refits and customizations, such as a stern extension and new swim platform in 1995 along with an extensive $8M refit in 2014.

Length

40.3 M / 132’ 0”

Type

motor

Guests

8

Year Built

1970 / 2019

Builder

Feadship

Cabins

4

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