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FEADSHIP Aluminum Hull Motor Yacht 1983 / 2024 | 50m | €9,950,000

50 m M/Y AZTECA, Completed Extensive refit in May 2024

Built by FEADSHIP in 1983 an ALL Aluminum Yacht – Hull and Superstructure.

Built by FEADSHIP shipyard in Holland in 1983. Designed by Jon Bannenberg. She is now offered for sale after completing an extensive refit in Turkey that includes major changes in the interior and layout, extending the aft with a large water platform making her LOA – 49.95 m, changing the superstructure profile, New sun deck, New hull paint from Awlgrip, new teak decks and extensive service to her mechanical and electrical systems together with many other upgrades. WATCH her 54 min VIDEO on this page!

She has 5 cabins for 10 guests and accommodation for 9 crew. Large public areas indoor and outdoor. Professional galley and large refrigeration and dry spaces to store provisioning for long passages.


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Main Features

L.O.A.  47.2 m / 50 m (after the refit) Gross Tonnage  435 GT
Year Built / Refit 1983 / 2023 Cruising Speed  15 knots
Shipyard Feadship Main Engines 2 X MTU 2647 hp
Hull Material  Aluminum Stabilizers VOSPER Fins / Naiad control
Guests  10 Guests in 5 cabins Class Built Lloyds 100A1 Yacht + LMC

Specification List

M/Y AZTECA Specification List

Main Features

LOA 49.95 m (164 ft)

Beam 8.5 m (27.9 ft)

Draft 2.8 m (9.2 ft)

GRT 435

Built in The Netherlands by FEADSHIP in 1983

Exterior & Interior Design Jon Bannenberg / Bannenberg & Rowell

Naval Architect De Voogt

Refitted in Turkey by OCEAN TECHNICAL in 2024

Hull and Superstructure Aluminum

Class Built to Lloyds 100A1 Yacht + LMC (Not in class)

Flag – Cook Islands with Dual registration (Private and Commercial)

Main Engines 2 X 2647 hp MTU

Cruising Speed 15 knots (Max 21 Knots)

Range at 15 knots 2,000 NM



10 Guests in 5 cabins / Master cabin, full beam on the lower deck, VIP on the main deck fore and 3 large guest cabins at the lower deck (One large VIP full beam and two tween cabins.

Crew accommodation:  9 crew in 5 cabins.

4 crew cabins at the lower deck fore, Captains cabin on the main deck Port side



Main Engines 2 X 1947 Kw (2,647 hp) MTU 16V 538 TE82

Engine hours May 2024 / 5900 hrs.

Fuel consumption at 15 knots – 430 Liter Per Hours.

Generators 2 X 112 Kw Mercedes Benz OM 402 with AVK 140 KVA Alternators

Stabilizers Vosper Thomcroft fins. Naiad control system

Fuel separator Alfa Level

Bow Thruster Electric from Skeen

Boiler 250 liter with two external heat elements

Water maker HEM 750 Liter Per Hour

Swage system.

Toilet pumps Vacuum system from

Fresh water carbon Filter – LUITEC 6 m3 / hr.



Fuel         55,000 Liters / 13,209 US gallons

Water     12,000 Liters / 3,170 US gallons

History and Description

With naval architecture by De Voogt and interiors by Bannenberg & Rowell, AZTECA is

a pedigree yacht with masses of potential.

Originally built for Mexican media mogul Emilio Azcárraga, whose primary concern

was speed, AZTECA’s hull was built in aluminium due to its lighter properties, but the

flexibility of the material in terms of moulding and shaping also led to it eventually being

used for the superstructures of all Feadships.

As part of her continual program of upgrades, in 1997 AZTECA had a 1.5m stern

extension at Feadship’s Royal Van Lent shipyard and in 2008 she completed a

one year refit, which included significant structural work to the hull and other system

upgrades at Malta Superyacht Services. During 2014 her main engines went through W6 MTU service total rebuilt at 3,000 hrs. (Now has 5,900 hrs. May 2024)

In May 2024 she completed extensive refit in Turkey.

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