109' 11" (33.5m)

Iduna - 1939 109' 11" FEADSHIP Cruising Sailingyacht
Valencia Valencia Spain
($4,235,355 USD est.) €3,900,000 EUR

Yacht for sale is a 1946 FEADSHIP 109' 11" "Iduna" Cruising Sailingyacht Classic Yacht in Valencia, Valencia, Spain.

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LENGTH 33.5m
ASKING PRICE ($4,235,355 USD est.) €3,900,000 EUR
BUILT (REFIT) 1939 (2022)
DRAFT 2.5m
MAX SPEED 11 Knots
LOCATION Valencia, Valencia, Spain
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Iduna Exterior //Interior

As you walk across the passerelle and step onto Iduna’s stern, you’ll be immediately impressed by the sexy

sheer of her long flat deck. The expansive teak planking curves forward in a distinctive style and shape that

exudes ‘classic’. The materials add to the ambience - the nickel, aluminium bronze, stainless steel, leather,

varnished wood and sails all have a singular look and feel.

You may also feel yourself drifting back in time as you remember that others have stood on this deck before,

facing up to the elements and relishing every rain-soaked moment of it. The fact that so many original features

have been preserved and restored helps make Iduna so historically compelling.

The deck is uncannily close to the way she looked back in 1939. Original features include the main mast,

skylights, deck saloon, compass, anchor winch and steering wheel. Iduna’s teak deck was laid in the traditional

way with a planking pattern that follows the old to the millimetre. All replica fittings have a traditional bronze

look, designed and cast to look completely authentic.

From the helm you can oversee the rigging (made by Harry Spencer of Cowes) and classically coloured Ratsey

& Lapthorne sails. With its fold-down captain’s seat and ample space for others to enjoy the panoramic views,

the helm is a very popular spot. There is even a niche built into the dashboard to hold your drink and cigar!

The interior

Walking down the staircase from Iduna’s deckhouse is like stepping back in time to the golden age of yachting.

Although the entire interior is brand new, the rebuild brief was to create the appearance of a boat that had been

immaculately kept for 65 years. And boy did they succeed. All the materials chosen have a vintage look,

including even panels with the odd knot or tasteful scratch.

The decorative scheme matches the authentic mood. Restrained furniture fabrics and understated cream

carpeting create an air of calm, leaving supplementary features such as the cushions and artwork to introduce

brightness and colour. The attention to detail is extraordinary: From the door handles and hinges to the

porthole basins and lighting, design and function are in total harmony.

Cherrywood is used to great effect throughout the interior, which includes an owner’s stateroom, guest double

with ensuite bathroom, an ensuite guest twin, plus two large cabins for four crew members with a spacious

bathroom, galley and crew mess. There is also a lovely lounge area, which offers another place for fine dining in

addition to the deckhouse.

Modern conveniences to ensure comfort, while never being obtrusive on the classic atmosphere. You can easily


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