Delivered by Delta Marine in 1997, PHAEDRA was re-engined in 1999 with twin V2000 MTU and was repainted in 2007and also received new interior. She has a four stateroom layout for eight guests plus five crew, with a comfortable main salon, dining area, spacious aft deck and skylounge. Powered by Detroit/MTU 16V-2000s with 10,000 gallon of fuel provides extended range.
She was on the market asking $7.495 million. Bob Cury of RJC Yachts represented the seller as central agent, and Burgess represented the buyer. Phaedra will be renamed Time For Us.
We are very pleased to announce RJC Yacht Sales closing today on the 103′ 2009 Johnson MY, HUEY’S ISLAND! This vessel features an on-deck master stateroom, along with three guests staterooms below, providing accommodations for (8) plus (3) crew cabins aft. Her interior is finished in satin teak and neutral tones throughout. She also features an oversize flybridge with circular jacuzzi, wet bar, BBQ, hardtop & toys! Powered by Caterpillar C32’s, she cruises comfortably at 18 knots with 20 knot plus top end speed while providing good economy.
Sold by Bob Cury and listed by Brian Coleman of Huish Marine. Her new name will be JULIA DOROTHY and she will remain based out of South Florida. Her asking price was $5,495,000.
Delivered in 2007, this Westport 112 provides accommodation for eight in four staterooms. Her spacious master stateroom features a king bed and his & her bath. There is a VIP stateroom forward with a queen berth, an additional queen stateroom aft and a twin stateroom which can convert to a king. Her main salon is inviting, featuring warm tones with an elegant refinement. Forward and adjoining the saloon is the formal dining area with seating for up to eight guests.
Nina Lu will be featured in the upcoming International Miami Boat Show and in the RJC YACHTS display asking $7,995,000.
The Hatteras 54 JULIEANNE is a completely impressive sportfisherman with an upscale interior accommodations for a fair-size motoryacht. As a newer Hatteras convertible, she is built on an in-house hull design with a wide beam, shallow deadrise aft, and a deep keel. Perhaps the most impressive feature of the Hatteras 54 is her innovative three-stateroom interior with its incredibly wide-open deckhouse and the largest master stateroom seen in a convertible this size. The diagonal galley configuration really opens up the salon and adds considerable living and entertaining space. Additional features include an immense flybridge, a helm console designed to flush mount all necessary electronics, and a spacious walk-in engine room with near-standing headroom.
Sold my Michael Strassel in our office, Julienna was asking $295,000