Delivered in 1994, the 37.49m Caprice was designed by naval architect Gerhardt Gilgenast. Her interior design was completed by Donald Starkey and the A Group of Monaco and she features a four-cabin layout with a generous main deck that includes a large salon, separate formal dining, gourmet galley and oversized aft deck.
Her main engines, twin Deutz TBD 604s at 1,350hp each, mean she cruises comfortably at 14 knots with a top speed of 17 knots. Her 12,000 gallon fuel capacity provides for extended range in stabilized comfort. Additional amenities include a spa pool on the sundeck, a 17’ Novurania tender and waverunners.
Offered for sale by Bob Cury at RJC Yachts, he says, ‘Currently offered at $3.4 million, Caprice is the most aggressively priced Oceanco on the market and is lying in Fort Lauderdale until sold.’