Constructed in 1977, IMPETUOUS boasts an all-aluminum hull/superstructure designed by H.W. De Voogt, and an interior gracefully penned by the late Pierre Tantor, of Larvor Interior Design. Hulls constructed of this pedigree, without a doubt, provide owners a sense of reliability, comfort, and peace of mind during extensive offshore cruises with friends, family, and loved ones. In addition to her tried-and-true seaworthiness & livability characteristics, IMPETUOUS also serves as a fully functional sportfishing yacht w/ scuba diving capabilities, as an added versatility.
Since the original owners' primary consideration was speed, aluminum was chosen as the construction material due to its lighter properties, and Feadship was able to respond with unparalleled craftsmanship during the construction phases of IMPETUOUS. Other than just being a lighter material to construct with, aluminum's intrinsic flexibility in terms of shaping and molding resulted in it eventually being used for the superstructures of all Feadships constructed, thereafter. IMPETUOUS has been impeccably cared for by its current owner for the last 25 years, and has been maintained to the highest of standards by a very experienced yachtsman, to say the least.
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Owners & Guests
1 x Owner’s Suite below deck w/ separate dressing room/hanging locker, a reading alcove to starboard, and an en-suite head/bath/shower room.
2 x Guest Suite’s below deck w/ a hanging locker, and an en-suite head/shower room.
Traditionally, dockside accessibility for the vast majority of all custom sportfishing yachts is gained by entering in/out of the yachts aft cockpit, which can be challenging at times due to tide. In most cases, you’ll also find owners & guests attempting to shimmy across a pair of narrow side-decks, whilst holding a grabrail mounted on the superstructure of most sportfish builds. IMPETUOUS on the other hand, provides suitable access for owners/guests of all ages, who can safely board amidship, through a pair of boarding gates on either side.
Upon boarding amidship, you’re surrounded by waist-high gunwales that provide safe access to various areas of the ships main deck. Her spacious walkaround side decks offer access to her foredeck, both sides of her enclosed aft deck, and also to the ships galley/crew area through a door just forward of the starboard side boarding gate. The foredeck features a forward facing settee that can comfortably seat a few guests looking to take in the scenery while underway, or at anchor when the ships toys (that also share this space), are deployed.
Moving aft, via port or starboard, her side decks lead to the ships enclosed aft deck. As you enter through a transparent floor-to-ceiling wind door (on either side), this air conditioned space will feel right at home for just about anyone, even for the discerning yachtsman who’s already quite familiar with Dutch craftsmanship. Every square inch of this area is abundantly illuminated by the natural light reflecting off a Teak & Holly underfoot, her sweeping wraparound windows make this all possible. Her classic, yet simple layout utilizes every foot of beam to maximize livability without compromising its functionality. Hours can easily be spent here, especially in a space equipped with an on-deck day head, refrigerator, ice-maker, and a large L-shaped seating area w/ a high/low teak table to compliment, adjacent to. Storage is plentiful throughout, and access to the ships bridge deck, cockpit, and main salon can be found here as well.
Once you enter the main salon, you’ll truly begin to appreciate the amount of care that had to go into the preservation & upkeep required to keep a yacht of this age, in this condition. Attention to detail is quite evident here, the gold hardware provides a vintage feel to the high class joinery found throughout this space. You’ll eagerly want t