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News: Enterprise V SuperYacht sold by Merle Wood & Edmiston

April 13, 2010 by lucy
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Merle Wood & Associates in joint collaboration with Edmiston have announced their sale of the 51 metre superyacht Enterprise V.

The superyacht Enterprise V was built in 1993 by the Feadship Royal Van Lent shipyard. She is a stunning yacht, with a 8.65 metre beam and a 3 metre draft. Enterprise V went through a refit in 2006.

De Voogt Naval Architects are responsible for the vessel’s naval architecture and exterior styling, whilst Pierre Tanter and Bud Baty lent their talents for Enterprise V’s stunning interior.

The superyacht has a full displacement steel hull with an aluminium superstructure, making her a sturdy superyacht. She comfortable cruises at a speed of 16 knots and is powered by dual 3512DITA Caterpillar Diesel Engines offering an 82,900ltr fuel capacity.

The superyacht Enterprise V accommodates up to 12 guests in one master cabin, one VIP cabin, two double cabins, two twin cabins and two Pullman berths.

Superyacht Enterprise was listed with an asking price of US$15.9 million.

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