The 154-foot (46.94m) RHINO is now for sale with Northrop & Johnson Sales Brokers Kevin Merrigan and Wes Sandford; the superyacht is asking $10,900,000.
RHINO offers her owners and their guests a luxurious, relaxing retreat for enjoying life on the water. Built by Admiral and designed by Lou Codega in 1998, the superyacht features copious interior spaces and vast outdoor living areas, providing impressive volume for her size. The yacht received many equipment updates in 2018, a complete paint job in 2017 and top-end overhaul of the main engines and rebuilt the generators in 2014. For owner’s looking for a yacht with charter potential, RHINO delivers, with an impressive charter history and the ability to house numerous water toys.
The superyacht’s chic beach house styling creates a relaxing atmosphere throughout. Large windows help create a light, airy feel and allow for stunning views while enjoying the comfort of the interior. RHINO’s interior has many luxurious appointments and is adorned with the finest woods, marbles and fabrics.
Welcoming 12 guests in six sumptuous staterooms, RHINO offers each guest a tranquil haven to lay their head. Showcasing an owner’s lounge and separate sleeping area, that is separated by a semi-bulkhead with a glass door, the full-beam, on-deck master stateroom is truly a retreat. The superyacht’s guest accommodations on the lower deck make the yacht ideal for cruising with the family or with friends. The staterooms include two double-bed staterooms and two convertible twin staterooms.
Superyacht RHINO offers the best of the alfresco lifestyle. The yacht’s sundeck, with its impressive layout and amenities, rivals that of any other in her size range. Showcasing vast sunpads, ample lounge space, a Jacuzzi, a bar and casual alfresco dining, it is easy to see yourself lazing back and enjoying the views. Unique for a boat of her size, RHINO features interior access from the sundeck. On the bridge deck aft is alfresco dining for twelve as well as lounge space.