Designed by Ward Setzer she was built in GRP by Richmond Yachts to ABS class and MCA code with delivery in 2004 and a refit in 2014. Designer Sean Pavlik was responsible for her cool, uncluttered interior decor accommodating 12 guests in six cabins. These consist of a full-beam master suite on the main deck, a VIP suite on the sky lounge deck, two doubles and two twins, all with entertainment centres, flatscreen television sets and en-suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for eight crew in four cabins.
The open-plan main saloon has a lounging area with U-shaped seating to port, a bar, fridge, ice maker and an entertainment centre including a LED television screen. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for 10 guests.
The sky lounge is devoted to more informal relaxation on a crescent shaped settee, numerous armchairs and an entertainment centre including a 55-inch Sony LED television and a Kaleidescape server providing on-demand audio and video throughout this yacht for sale.
The sun deck is in a class of its own, offering sun pads and loungers, a bar, fridge, ice maker, ample seating, al fresco dining tables, a Jacuzzi and a 42-inch Sony LED television screen.
Twin 2,250hp Caterpillar engines give Penny Mae a cruising speed of 15 knots and she is fitted with Trac zero-speed stabilisers. A Patton Marine survey was carried out in April 2016 and is available for inspection.
Lying in Palm Beach, Florida, Penny Mae is now asking $9,950,000.