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Azimut motor yacht Grand Barossa sold

The 30.48 metre motor yacht Grand Barossa, listed for sale by David Wiest at RJC Yachts, has been sold with Glenn Runyon at Allenby & Associates introducing the buyer.

Grand Barossa was built in GRP by Italian yard Azimut and delivered in 1999 as one of the yard’s Jumbo models with a major refit in 2014. An exquisite interior in hand rubbed cherry wood paired with Lalique door handles and fittings accommodates 10 guests in five cabins. These consist of a main deck master suite featuring full wheelchair accessibility while below on the accommodation deck is a second master suite, a VIP suite and two identical twins. All cabins have entertainment centres, flat screen televisions and en suite bathroom facilities.

The main saloon has comfortable settees upholstered in Italian leather and fine fabrics to port and starboard, a full bar to port with a fridge and ice maker, and an entertainment centre including a flat screen television set and a Bose surround sound system. Forward is a dining area with seating for up to 10 guests.

Outdoors, the aft deck offers al fresco dining for 10 guests, entertainment via a 48 inch flat screen television set and access to the large hydraulic swim platform. Up on the flybridge, the forward helm position, along with a cocktail table and L-shaped seating is shaded by a Bimini top. Aft is a wet bar, fridge, ice maker, electric grill and C-shaped seating under another Bimini top.

Twin 1,800hp MTU diesel engines power her to a cruising speed of 16 knots, topping out at 23 knots/

Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Grand Barossa was asking $1,895,000.

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