JUPITER 41-SB, a 41′ 2014 Jupiter has been recently listed for sale by Mike Strassel at RJC Yacht Sales. This 41-SB is beautiful and bold, as only Jupiter can craft. She offers deluxe amenities with upgraded Yamaha outboard propulsion(triple F350s), without sacrificing fish-ability.
The 41-SB has accommodations for five, on-board entertainment, a full galley, and is outfitted with several optional items including AC on bridge, Yamaha Helm Master Joystick Steering and upgraded high gloss interior cabinetry just to mention a few.
Designed with fishing and cruising in mind, the 41-SB offers the best of both worlds. Serious anglers will appreciate the many blue-water features including oversized fish boxes, the livewell and tackle center, while cruisers will enjoy the luxurious custom wood cabinetry, designer galley and comfortable berthing spaces.
In turn-key condition, she is presently in Key Largo, FL and is asking $589,000.
SEAFARER, 112′ 1999/2013 Westport MY has been recently listed for sale by Raymond Young at RJC Yacht Sales. This vessel accommodates eight guests in four staterooms plus four crew. A major refit was completed in 2013 to include rebuild of 16V-2000 DDEC’s, new interior, new hardtop, new A/V, upgraded electronics, new air chillers, along with new MSD waste system in 2017.
SEAFARER represents a rare opportunity to own the industry’s most successful composite hull over 100’ ever built. With excellent performances and low maintenance costs, the 112 series offers long range at displacement speeds, or a top of 24 knots. Her sea keeping and livability are unmatched by any other builder in her class.
Located in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and asking $ 4,200,000.
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This 52 Viking Express offers the best of both express configurations for lay-out of the helm and bridge deck arrangement. Many owners find that the problem with the factory four-sided 52 Viking Express is that it features a fully teaked helm and seating area with a carpeted floor, which is not suited for sporting activities such as fishing and diving.
This vessel was built as a three-sided express boat, with a full fiberglass bridge deck and helm. The fourth side was then added to provide climate control at the helm, ensuring a quieter and more comfortable cruising atmosphere. When the fishing and diving takes place, just keep the door open to the aft deck and you have the best of both worlds.
Moving on to other family activities, the current owners have priced Christine Marie to sell. She is ready for her next adventure, having been fully serviced, and is ready to fish and explore.
CHRISTINE MARIE is now asking $855,000. Please take a moment to consider this offering, as she is seriously for sale and ready to Show in Maryland.
The 80′ motor yacht Knot Tide II, has been sold with David Wiest, of RJC Yachts, introducing the buyer.
Built by US yard Hatteras in GRP, Knot Tide II was delivered in 2008 as a Hatteras 80 model and has since been regularly upgraded. An interior in high gloss cherry wood sleeps eight guests in four cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite, two VIP suites and a twin cabin, all with en-suite bathroom facilities.
The open plan salon was designed for entertaining, with an L-shaped settee and occasional chairs aft in the lounge area to enjoy an complete entertainment center. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for eight guests, while further forward still, the country-style kitchen offers a banquette where informal dining may be enjoyed at any time of the day.
The aft deck comes with built-in seating, tables and a sun pad, while the flybridge offers an additional al fresco dining option, a full wet bar with stools and a barbecue grill. The entire flybridge can be air conditioned by utilizing the hard top and a full Eisenglass enclosure. Twin 1,650hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a comfortable cruising speed of 16 knots.
Knot Tide II was asking $2,995,000 and will be renamed Victory.
RJC Yacht Sales is pleased to announce our newest Central Listing on the 94′ 2016 Mangusta Maxi Open Jet Yacht, STELLA BIANCA.
The 94′ motor yacht, Stella Bianca has been listed for sale by Bob Cury.
Built in GRP by Italian yard Overmarine to Bureau Veritas class, Stella Bianca was delivered in 2016 as a Mangusta 94 model. An interior with carefully selected Italian woods, leathers, and fabrics accommodates up to six guests. She offers a master suite, VIP suite, and a twin, all with ample storage space and en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for three crew.
The main salon has a large lounge area seating ten people comfortably with a cocktail table converting to a dining table and discreet storage for china, glassware, and silver. Other features include a full wet bar and an entertainment center including a 60 inch television that serves as a private cinema. However, the piece de resistance must be the full-length sliding ceiling which, with the aft doors open, turns this room into an al fresco relaxation area.
Stella Bianca also offers plenty of space for outdoor entertaining and dining. The generous aft deck opens out from the salon to provide an effortless flow of space and has an al fresco dining option, ample seating, and a large double sun pad. Further aft, the extended swim platform makes water access simple and safe. Twin 2,600hp MTU diesel engines linked to KaMeWa water jets power her to a maximum speed of 38 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilizers.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Stella Bianca is asking $8,999,990.
PATENT PENDING, the 95′ Hargrave motor yacht, has been sold with Bob Cury at RJC Yacht Sales acting of behalf of the buyer and seller.
Built in GRP by Hargrave Custom Yachts, she was delivered in 2002 as a raised pilothouse model, and refitted in 2015. Following the refit she now has a fresh interior in high-gloss cherry wood. PATENT PENDING accommodates up to 10 guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite and two twins with Pullman berths. All guest cabins have full en-suite bathroom facilities.
The open-plan salon features a large lounge area aft with two leather settees and four comfortable armchairs, a wine cooler and an entertainment center featuring a ceiling mounted drop-down 52-inch Samsung television screen, a DVD player and a Yamaha stereo surround sound system. Forward is found the dining area with seating for eight guests around a high-gloss wooden table. Further forward still is the well equipped galley with a U-shaped dinette seating five guests for breakfasts and casual dining. Outdoors, the oversized aft deck has upholstered bench seating, a teak table and four teak chairs, comfortably seating up to 10 guests for al fresco dining. To add to the mood of carefree relaxation, there is a full bar and a 23-inch flip-down LCD television screen. Located on the flybridge is a large seating area with two tables, a bar, freezer, ice maker and a stainless steel barbecue grill, all sheltered by a Bimini top. Twin 1,400hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 18 knots and she is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilizers.
PATENT PENDING was asking $2,995,000 and lying in Miami, Florida