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Broker open house on Christensen motor yacht Match Point in Palm Beach

The 49.05 metre motor yacht Match Point, listed for sale by IYC, is hosting a broker’s open house on January 26 from 4pm to 6pm at Rybovich Marine in West Palm Beach.

Built in GRP by US superyacht yard Christensen to ABS class, Match Point was delivered in 2009 as the first of the popular 160 series from the yard. Her sleek exterior styling, executed by the highly experienced in-house Christensen design and engineering team have created a world class ocean-going motor yacht. 

Formerly known as Primadonna, she has an elegant design by Carol Williamson who employed sapele mahogany with a high-gloss finish in the saloon and dining areas, as well as in the sky lounge. Match Point can comfortably accommodate 14 guests in six staterooms. The full beam master suite is located forward on the main deck and is complete with his and hers bathrooms as well as a private study. The en suite master bathroom includes a solid marble Jacuzzi bath tub and the room is tastefully elegant with light coloured fabrics and warm satin mahogany. There is a full width VIP suite below together with four guest cabins below, all fitted with en suite bathrooms while two have Pullman berths.

Set over four decks, her gorgeous outdoor areas play host to a range of amenities including a top deck Jacuzzi, large diving platform and comfortable al fresco dining.

Other features of this yacht for sale include a heli-pad and an elevator to all four decks, while two 1,800hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 14 knots.

Following a recent $3 million price cut, Match Point is now asking $22.9 million.

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