The 2008 132′ Horizon Tri-Deck Motoryacht LADY LEILA is on her way back to South Florida from St. Maarten and was given a $500,000 price reduction.
LADY LEILA will be arriving to Palm Beach with a new asking price of $10,400,000 and will be available for private inspections. In the interim the vessel has a virtual tour of her interior/exterior which can be viewed here: http://vrtour.virtualsinc.com/company/robertjcury/1166
Additional photography and complete specifications can be viewed on our website: http://www.rjcyachts.com/yacht.cfm?y=321 or contact Central Agent Bob Cury 954-980-3451 / firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
1) 120′ 2001/2011 Crescent CMY, VALKYRIE – Slip 606
2) 156′ 1998 Trinity TDMY, THEMIS – Slip 607
3) 150′ 2013 Richmond TDMY, STATUS QUO – Slip 608
4) 124′ 1998/2014 Delta TDMY, MURPHY’S LAW – Slip 612
5) 108′ 1998/2013 Broward MY, LUCKY STARS – Slip 611
6) 115′ 1997/2015 Broward MY, MUCHOS MAS – Slip 610
7) 76′ 2009 Horizon MY, VIAGGIO – Slip 609
8) 105′ 2010 Azimut MY, LADY CAROLE – Slip 628
9) 85′ 2007 Pacific Mariner MY, LUCK-A-LEE IV
Many of these yachts have virtual tours which can be accessed via the ‘Virtual Tour’ tab on our website. Please contact our office should you wish to set-up a private inspection during the Miami Show or with any additional questions!
Great news from the captain of the 2013 150′ Richmond Tri-Deck, STATUS QUO, that the vessel has safely arrived back into Fort Lauderdale from her most recent trip up the Gulf to Mobile, Alabama. STATUS QUO will begin prepping for next month’s Miami International Boat Show as she will be featured in the RJC Yachts display on Ramp 12, Slip 608.
STATUS QUO represents a rare opportunity to purchase a nearly new ABS classed TDMY w/only 640 delivery hours. On-Deck Master w/accommodates up to (12) in owner’s party in a six stateroom layout plus crew quarters for (8). The interior features impeccably matched mahogany veneer joinery w/detailed inlays & flawless finishes throughout. Powered by Caterpillar C32 main engines, Caterpillar 80KW Generators, & Quantum Zero Speed Stabilizers. Additional large yacht options include: bow thruster, (2) Sea Recovery 1800 GPD watermakes, Atlas shore power convertor, Alfa lavel centrifuge along with a touch-and-go helicopter pad.
•Asking Price: $ 24,995,000 •
• Virtual tour: http://vrtour.virtualsinc.com/company/robertjcury/1238
With a lucrative 2014 behind us we start off the New Year of 2015 with a lot of different action going on and our office back in full production mode after the joyful holiday season. As 2015 begins it’s foreseen to be yet another record breaking year with lots of yachting news. We look forward to what’s in store and wish everyone a happy, healthy, & prosperous 2015 with lots of smooth cruising worldwide! Please contact our office should we be of any assistance towards your 2015 yachting needs!
It’s that time of year again, and with that brings our annual 2015 Yacht Calendars! Hot off the press, these calendars are going out for delivery or are available for pick-up at our office! We are proud to be debuting the 242′ Trinity Mega Yacht, COCOA BEAN, on the front cover as she was the largest US built yacht to be delivered in the States in 2014! The 2015 calendar features many of the yachts we had been fortunate to have sold this past year and many we currently represent for sale and charter. From everyone at the RJC Yacht Sales office, we wish you a happy holiday season and plenty of memorable cruising in a healthy and prosperous New Year!
Bob Cury of RJC Yacht Sales is pleased to announce the closing yesterday of his central agency, the 123′ Oceanco Motoryacht, CAPRICE, representing both buyer and seller. CAPRICE is an ABS, A1 and AMS classed Oceanco MY, launched in 1994 and built to a design by the late Gerhard Gilgenast. Accommodations are for eight guests in four luxurious staterooms. She was refitted in 2005 along with constant upgrades and new equipment through the years. Her voluminous custom Donald Starkey interior is high gloss maple joinery and she features a large main saloon with a bar and entertainment system plus a formal dining area. Alfresco dining is available on the flybridge, which also has tender storage. She is powered by twin Deutz 1350HP engines giving her a range of 2,500 nautical miles at 15 knots. Her name will remain CAPRICE and the owner’s plan to complete a new interior refit prior to cruising in the New Year. CAPRICE was asking $2,495,000.