Burgess and Northrop & Johnson announce the sale of the 48.8m (160ft) Christensen superyacht Chasseur. Yacht Brokers Wes Sanford and Sean Doyle brought the buyer; Chasseur was listed with yacht broker Burgess’ Christian Bakewell.
Launched in 2016 by her American builder, Chasseur is the ideal blend of style and structure. A well-balanced design throughout the yacht has led her to be a fixture on the charter market. Chasseur welcomes up to 12 guests in six exemplary cabins, each with elegant amenities. Her full-beam master suite is home to a private office and daybed as well as a resplendent en-suite. The airy VIP cabin is furnished in Jean-Michel Frank and Hermes. All other cabins were styled to the same high specifications and offer supreme comfort for guests.
Chasseur’s interior spaces, including her main saloon and sky lounge, feature neutral colour palettes with pops of vivacious color. The main saloon is flanked by large windows that flood the space with ambient light and provide sweeping views for guests. Unique and striking woods – such as teak with holly inlays, hand-carved rosewood, milk-glazed sycamore and shagreen panels – were utilized to further enhance the spaces’ beauty; clearly illustrating why Chasseur’s interior is award winning. Subtle backlighting, woven leather walls and mirrored glass are just some of the understated yet elegant touches of this sophisticated superyacht. She is the perfect balance of function and fashion. Guests can enjoy formal dining just forward of the main salon at a custom Armani table. In addition, Chasseur welcomes guests of all ability’s courtesy of a four-person, all-decks elevator.
The yacht’s al fresco spaces are ideal for dining and entertaining. Forward of the bridge is a large sun pad well suited for relaxing. The main deck aft is home to a large lounge space, as is the bridge deck aft. This space also features a large table that welcomes 12 guests. The sun deck features both covered and sunny spaces, including a jacuzzi surrounded by sun pads and a full bar.