The 60-metre superyacht Ramble on Rose sold after being on the market for less than three months and she has now been renamed Aifer. The negotiations of this CRN superyacht were handled by Onur Erardag of Nautique Yachting, who introduced the buyer, and with Rob Newton of IYC representing the seller.
The yacht has been purchased by a young Turkish businessman, who has also acquired a Pershing 70 2016 as a chase boat to the superyacht.
CRN delivered Ramble on Rose in 2011 as part of its CRN 60 series, of which there are three. Zuccon International Project spearheaded her design, taking charge of her exterior styling and working in collaboration with Laura Sessa for her interior spaces. Her builder, CRN, oversaw her naval architecture.
With 985 GT of interior volume and a six stateroom configuration, comprising a full-beam master with a private balcony and five double suites, Ramble on Rose can comfortably accommodate as many as 12 guests. Her interior design is soft and fresh, as the design team opted for light natural woods throughout and a neutral colour palette with flourishes of blue, which give Ramble on Rose a calming, yet distinctive charm.
The superyacht Ramble on Rose offers plenty of social space, both inside and out, and has a long list of amenities onboard which includes a fully-equipped gym, a Jacuzzi, a brimming toy box and an impressive beach club with foldout platforms, port and starboard.Her previous owners have kept her in turnkey condition with annual maintenance appointments over the years. She was sold in Malta with a last known asking price of $37,000,000.