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Price reduction for 46m Qing, now asking $16.5 million.
Camper & Nicholsons
22nd October 2019

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Price reduction for 46m Qing, now asking $16.5 million.

Built to Lloyds Class, to a design by the award-winning Ron Holland, the 46m Qing is a flagship of the Cheoy Lee shipyard.
Qing’s current owner acquired her in 2013 to meet an insatiable desire for adventure. With performance capabilities that enable her to cruise the world’s most extraordinary locations with ease, this explorer superyacht has proven herself time and time again, regularly spending upwards of six months at sea.

Qing’s expeditions encompass a diverse array of destinations, from the Galapagos Islands to Australia, Vanuatu and Tahiti, to the Cayman Islands, Panama and Costa Rica. With some of the world’s most remote areas already under her belt, Qing presents an exciting opportunity for a new owner looking to venture off-the-beaten track on their own programme of discovery. Qing’s full displacement hull is easily driven with exceptional manoeuvrability.

Qing can boast an impressive 6,600nm range at her cruising speed of 10 knots, with much-improved fuel efficiency to that of similar size vessels. Remaining under the 500GRT threshold, Qing is a long distance world cruiser with an effortless style and superior level of comfort.
Qing’s listing broker describes her as: “Capable, well equipped and well thought out. Qing is a long distance explorer benefitting from an excellent maintenance program and is ready for her next adventures.”
Qing’s versatile cabin layout offers accommodation for eight guests across four spacious en suite cabins, comprising a three-room owner’s suite, two doubles and a twin. The gym provides an additional bunk to sleep a ninth guest and crew accommodation is provided for a complement of 12, with the
captain's cabin positioned on the main deck.

Qing offers tremendous interior living space, styled in a timeless, contemporary décor with touches of oriental influence.
On the main deck, a formal dining area and breakfast bar overlooks the aft deck, and the aft bulkhead windows can be lowered to unite the two areas.
Other notable interior features include a steam shower in the master bath, a dumbwaiter that serves the pilothouse and sky deck direct from the galley, and an innovative ‘floating’ flooring, which minimises sound and vibration.

On deck, Qing has a large swim and bathing platform aft, as well as an inviting foredeck area for relaxing in the sun.
Tenders are stored in an aft garage, and recessed wells in the foredeck provide stowage for jet skis.