The 30.4 metre Broward motor yacht Huey's Island has been sold by Bob Cury at RJC Yachts, who represented the seller, and the buyer was introduced by Kurt Bosshardt of Merle Wood & Associates. The sale follows a $100,000 price reduction earlier this year.
Built by US builder Broward entirely in aluminium and launched in 1997, Huey's Island features a full-width saloon with a dining area. The semi-displacement motor yacht accommodates eight guests in four cabins, all with en suite bathrooms, along with quarters for three crew members aft. Her interior by Robin Rose and Marc Michales is finished in birds-eye maple wood joinery along with upgraded marble and mosaic tiled bathrooms throughout.
Huey's Island enjoyed refits in 2004 and 2011, and she recently completed a major refit with several upgrades including new air conditioning, a new watermaker, new audio/visual equipment, and a new tender on a hydraulic lift aft.
Powered by twin 1,350hp Caterpillar engines, Huey's Island has a cruise speed of at 14 knots with an 18 knot top speed. She also has twin 40Kw Northern Light generators and Naiad stabilisers.
Huey's Island was located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida at the time of the sale, and the asking price for was $1,495,000.