Northrop & Johnson is delighted to announce the sale of the 131-foot (40.05m) RHINE by Yacht Brokers Jim Poulsen and Greg Dagge of N&J’s Thailand office, who acted on behalf of the buyer.
Built by Sunseeker in 2012, RHINE showcases the brand’s iconic ultra-modern profile and esteemed high-quality. This yacht was built and designed with entertaining in mind. She showcases large sociable areas throughout that are versatile and maximize space, making her perfect for corporate entertaining and hosting dinner parties. The superyacht also features several areas with a more intimate feeling that are ideal for relaxing with the family.
RHINE’s interior is modern with oriental flourishes. The great care and attention in the selection of her furnishings show as they perfectly complement the high-gloss Sapele wood and Emperador marble to create an elevated sense of luxury.
The luxury superyacht welcomes up to eight guests in the superior comfort of four generous staterooms. RHINE showcases a divine full-beam, main deck master suite that is a private oasis complete with its own minibar and fridge. There is also a luxurious VIP stateroom with its own minibar and fridge. The additional staterooms are convertible staterooms, which can be doubles or twins, allowing for guest versatility. Each stateroom onboard is accompanied by an en-suite bath.
The superyacht showcases impressive outdoor living areas. RHINE’s sundeck was designed for versatile entertaining and total relaxation in the utmost luxury. The Sunseeker’s sundeck features a Jacuzzi, ample seating and a bar. The skylounge aft offers alfresco dining, while the main deck aft features additional space for lounging and socializing. RHINE’s aft garage houses a 20-foot (6.2m) Pascoe jet tender and two Jet Skis. The hydraulic swim platform makes this area ideal for enjoying water actives.