Motoryacht THEMIS has been sold with Bob Cury at RJC Yachts representing the seller and Chris Daves at Denison & Daves introducing the buyer. THEMIS was built in aluminum by US yard Trinity Yachts to an in-house design with delivery in 1998 and has been maintained to ABS class. A high-volume interior has been decorated by Dee Robinson and features mahogany and African pear wood joinery. The salon and dining area are comfortable and make for wonderful relaxation and dining areas. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins. These include a master suite with a king sized bed, two VIP suites with king size beds, and two twin cabins all with full ensuite baths.
Extensive deck areas have plenty of room for outdoor activities including a large flybridge with a bar, fridge, sink, ice maker and a six-person hot tub. Other features include full walk around decks, Naiad zero speed stabilizers and an Atlas shore power converter. Twin 2,250 Caterpillar engines give her a maximum speed of 21 knots and a cruising range of 6,000 nautical miles at 18 knots.
THEMIS will retain her original name but will complete a refit over this summer to include a new interior decor, all new water toys, new electronics with V-Sat communications and the installation of zero speed stabilizers. THEMIS will be offered for charter for her first time through RJC Yacht Sales. THEMIS was asking $9,995,000.
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 / email@example.com for more information.
Representing both the Buyer and the Seller the 1998 108′ Westport, TAHITI, was sold by Bob Cury at RJC Yachts.
Built in GRP by US yard Westport to a design by Jack Sarin, she was delivered in 1998 as a Westport 108′ model with exterior styling by Wesley Carr. The interior, designed by Sheryl McLaughlin, accommodates eight guests in a master suite, two doubles and a twin cabin – all with en suite bathroom facilities – plus crew quarters for four crew members.
The main saloon has an open plan design with a formal dining area forward and there is also a dine-in galley. Exterior guest areas include a sun deck that hosts a bar, seating area and Jacuzzi. The aft deck is expansive and hosts al fresco dining for eight guests with amenities including comfortable seating for eight, a bar, fridge and a flat screen television.
Additional large yacht options include Northern Lights generators, Naiad stabilisers, and a bow thruster. Tahiti is powered by twin MTU 1,525hp engines that achieve a top speed of 21 knots and cruising speed of 18 knots. At 12 knots she has a 2,500 nautical mile range.
Tahiti was asking $2,995,000 and will immediately go through an extensive refit to include new exterior paint, W5 engine overhaul, and a new interior throughout.
RJC Yacht Sales & Charter received two major price reductions today! The 135′ Christensen Tri-Deck Motoryacht, ATLANTICA, just received a $1,500,000 price reduction and is now asking $8,495,000. ATLANTICA is available for inspection this weekend in Fort Lauderdale at Bahia Mar Marina and then will be moving into the Palm Beach Boat Show on Monday, Ramp D, Slip 115. Also the 2010 105′ Azimut, LADY CAROLE, was given a reduction in price by $500,000 and is now asking $6,495,000. LADY CAROLE will also be available for inspection during next week’s Palm Beach Boat Show at the Palm Harbor Marina on C-Dock, Slip 203. Please contact the RJC Yachts Sales office at 954-525-7484 for additional information or to setup a private inspection on any one of these magnificent vessels!
ATLANTICA Virtual Tour: http://vrtour.virtualsinc.com/company/yachts/364
ATLANTICA Specifications: http://www.rjcyachts.com/yacht.cfm?y=224
LADY CAROLE Virtual Tour: http://vrtour.virtualsinc.com/company/robertjcury/981
LADY CAROLE Specifications: http://www.rjcyachts.com/yacht.cfm?y=334
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!
SOLD! 87′ 2003 Johnson, MY, SIXTY-SIX -by Raymond W Young. The vessel lying in Golfe Juan, France was listed by Jeremy Bottau at Ocean Independence. Built in GRP by Taiwanese yard Johnson Yachts to a design by Bill Dixon, she was delivered in 2003 as one of the yard’s Johnson 87′ series and is MCA compliant. Accommodation is for eight guests in a master suite, VIP stateroom, double and a twin – all with en suite facilities. One of most notable features of this yacht is the on deck master suite with a 180 degree panoramic forward view from the bed: unique on a yacht in this size range.
Outdoor spaces are plentiful. The aft deck is large and sheltered from the sun while the flybridge has a hard top, three helm chairs, U-shaped seating and a wonderful area for casual el fresco entertaining and dining aft. The saloon is spacious with comfortable seating and a formal dining area seating eight guests. Twin 1800HP MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 18 knots and a range of 500 nautical miles at 12 knots. SIXTY SIX was asking $1,650,000 Euro. Congratulations Raymond!