RJC Yacht Sales is very please to announce yet another ‘in-house’ sale this week on the 115′ 1994 Broward Motoryacht, MUCHOS MAS! David Wiest of RJC Yachts represented the buyer and Bob Cury was the listing agent.
Built in aluminum by US yard Broward Marine the 115′ MUCHOS MAS was delivered in 1994 as a raised pilothouse model. Accommodation is for up to nine guests in four staterooms. The master suite is located amidships and features a his and hers marble bathroom, while there is a VIP each with en suite bathroom facilities and full entertainment systems.
The large salon has an L-shaped sofa, occasional seating and a cocktail table, an onyx-topped wet bar with a fridge, ice maker and three bar stools. A 5o inch HD television set and entertainment system lies between the relaxation area and a formal dining room with seating for eight guests.
Outdoors, the focus of attention is the expansive flybridge with triple helm bench seating, a U-shaped sette, wet bar, fridge, barbecue grill and Bimini top – the perfect setting for cocktails and meals. Twin 1,650hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 17 knots.
Her asking price was $2,995,000. The new name of the vessel will be ACQUA and will be available for charter in Florida and Bahamas.
RJC Yacht Sales is pleased to announce the sale of the 103′ 1998 Broward, REWARD. She was listed for sale by Bob Cury at RJC Yachts.
She accommodates eight guests in four private cabins all with the en suite bathrooms, televisions and DVD systems, and up to four crew. Guest accommodations consist of a master suite with a king size bed, a VIP suite with a queen size bed, starboard double, and a port twin cabin. Outdoors, she has an expansive aft deck that easily has enough space to seat eight guests for entertaining and dining.
Lying in Vancouver, British Columbia, REWARD was asking $1,995,000.
RJC Yacht Sales is pleased to announce the sale and closing of the 107′ Christensen, KINGFISH and has been renamed REFLECTIONS. The buyer was introduced by Raymond Young at RJC Yachts.
This vessel has accommodations for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite paneled in mahogany and padded white leather, two mirror image doubles with queen sized beds and a twin, all with entertainment centers and en suite bathroom facilities. Outdoors, the over-sized aft deck has a settee seating six guests and a table with four directors’ chairs. Up on the flybridge, there is more entertainment and dining available, as it offers a wet bar, gas barbecue, seating for eight guests, a six person hot tub, sun pads and tender storage.
KINGFISH was asking $4,295,000 and under her new name, REFLECTIONS, will be available for charter through RJC Yachts in Florida and the Bahamas.