It has just been announced that the 79m (258ft) motor yacht 'Pegasus V' has been sold, there is no news at the moment whether she will remain in the Global Yacht Fleet.
Originally launched in 2003 as Princess Mariana, Pegasus V was designed by Espen Oieno and built by superyacht yard Royal Denship with a steel hull and aluminium/GRP superstructure. She most recently had a refit in 2011. 12 guests can be accommodated for in six luxury cabins designed by Francois Zuretti, which include two VIP suites, two double staterooms, a twin cabin and an owner’s suite with office space and a private sea balcony.
Features of note across her spacious six decks are her helipad, a spa, two cinemas, an onboard driving range and a drydock for custom tender which can be flooded to form a swimming pool. A variety of tenders such as Moon Goddess and water toys including jet skis and waverunners are on board.
She has a cruising speed of 13 knots and a maximum speed of 145 knots. Her asking price was $84.9 million. It is unclear at the moment if Pegasus V will come back on the market now she is sold, but similar motor yachts of interest may be Air, the 81m Feadship or Odessa II, at 73m built in 2013.
Features of note across her spacious six decks are her helipad, a spa and two cinemas