The first yacht in Dutch shipbuilding history ordered by an Australian customer, the 73-metre Feadship Hasna has been listed for sale asking EUR 97,500,000 two years after delivery.



According to several media sources including The Daily Telegraph and Forbes, the vessel has been owned by Australian loan magnate John Symond, believed to cost him $75million and take four years to build.

The founder and chairman of Aussie Home Loans, John Symond’s net worth is estimated at nearly $600 million, according to Australian Financial Review. That said, Hasna accounts for nearly one sixth of his own funds, derived from Australian home loan market, which his company entered in 1992 successfully competing with banks ever since. 



Meanwhile, according to Sydney Morning Herald, Mr Symond sold his final 20 per cent stake in Aussie Home Loans, worth an estimated $ 100million, months after his superyacht was launched in 2017.

Styled inside out by the British studio RWD, Hasna was custom built to her owner’s requirements. Amongst the specificities of her layout, there is a vast beach club opening on both sides, but not at the stern, to the 73-metre aft platform.



That arrangement, combined with moving the engine room forward of the lower deck cabins, allows for an 8-metre deep swimming pool located aft of the main deck. The beach club itself includes a gym and sea level terraces accessible directly from the cabins. 



Other amenities include a butler's cabin, a cinema for 10 on the main deck and a 25-metre sundeck with an interior section amidships complete with a barbeque & grill set up and a three-metre Jacuzzi surrounded by sunpads. There is also an elevator and a selection of dining rooms to enjoy the sea or port views. 



The full-beam owner's suite on the main deck features his and hers bathrooms, separate dressing rooms, lounge and private study. On the lower deck, accommodation is offered for 8 guests across two VIP suites and two double cabins that can convert into twins, and there is one more guest double on the bridge deck. 



The contemporary interiors of Hasna have been flooded with natural light through large picture windows, featuring creamy fabrics framed by contrasting dark wooden trim, indirect lighting and contemporary art.

Techno wise, twin MTU diesel engines provide for a top speed of 16.6 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots, with a transatlantic range of 5,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.



At the moment, Hasna is cruising the East Coast of the United States, where private viewings can be arranged via Burgess.

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