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Broward motor yacht Salacia sold

The 34.77m Broward cockpit motor yacht Salacia is sold and renamed True Blue. She was sold in an in-house deal at RJC Yachts.  

Built in aluminium by the US shipyard Broward and launched in 1997, Salacia represents one of the most highly customized wide-beam Broward superyachts ever built and features full walk around decks. Following her previous sale in 2011, she went through a total refit in 2012 to include a new contemporary interior with all new soft goods and a totally restyled flybridge with new teak decking, comfortable seating, wet bar and a Jacuzzi. 

Her four cabin layout includes a full width master suite with a king size bed and a marble his and hers bathroom, two double guest cabins with queen size beds and one twin cabin – all with en suite bathrooms and entertainment systems. Powered by Detroit Diesel 16V 92TA engines rebuilt in 2013, she features all of the large yacht options including 55Kw Northern Lights generators, stabilizers, bow thruster, watermaker, a tender and two Waverunners. Her Detroit Diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 18 knots and her 9,000 gallon fuel capacity provides for an extended range of 2,500 miles at displacement speeds.

Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Salacia was asking $2,795,000 and, as True Blue, will remain for charter with RJC Yachts.

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