From the award-winning and world-renowned shipyard, Abeking & Rasmussen, comes the stunning 42.83m ketch sailing yacht, Asgard. Built in 1993, she has undergone a couple of refits, most notably in 2014 and 2020.
The 2014 refit included a completely new beautiful teak deck, major upgrades to the navcom and electrical systems along with a stunning facelift of the interior by illustrious designer, Rhoades Young. The 2020 refit focused on a complete overhaul of the thursters, the main engine, both generators and the gearbox.
As a result of this 2020 refit, Asgard is in immaculate condition and quite a sight to behold! Complemented by her classic lines with a modern rigg, she is a proven world explorer with incredible sailing performance. Having won the Superyacht Cup and the Spirit of Tradition Class of the Rolex Maxi Worlds, Asgard is considered a pedigree superyacht.
Asgard’s achievements are also notable considering the involvement of award-winning designers for both her exterior and interior. The acclaimed designer Bruce King worked with the owner in order to develop and build a ship that could cruise the world but also wow at Regattas—a feat complete considering the corners of the world she has visited from Alaska to the South Pacific and New Zealand, along with the races she has won.
€10.900.000 VAT excluded
- Type: Sailing Yacht
- Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
- Loa: 42.84m (140ft 6in)
- Beam: 8.40m (27ft)
- Draught: 3.00m (10ft)
- Construction: Wood Cold Baked Mahogany
- Main engines: 1 X MTU 985 HP
- Range (nm): 2500
- Fuel capacity: –
- Max. Speed: 12 Knots (approx)
- Cruising speed: 10 Knots (approx)
- Built/Refit: 1993/2020
- Design: Bruce King Yacht Design / Winch Design
- Flag: –
- Cabins: 4
- Guests: 8
- Crew: 6
- Classification: –
- Location: Palma