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Chamberlain Yachts sells Pacific Mariner yacht Carbon Copy with Hargrave Yachts

Michael DiCondia at Hargrave Yacht Sales tells me he's sold his listing for sale, the 25.9m motor yacht Carbon Copy with Kent Chamberlain at Chamberlain Yachts representing the buyer.

Carbon Copy was built by US yard Pacific Mariner and delivered in 2005. Even with full walk around decks her main saloon is spacious and has a seating area with an entertainment centre including a 50 inch television. A custom L-shaped settee is set up to divide the seating area from a formal dining room for eight guests. Indeed, Carbon Copy has four separate dining areas: on the pilothouse deck, main saloon, flybridge and aft deck. The aft deck is set up for al fresco dining with bench seating, a drop down television and a table while the flybridge has a helm station, four person Jacuzzi, electric grill, fridge and icemaker.

Eight guests are accommodated in four staterooms. The master suite is full beam with a king size bed and private entrance while the VIP stateroom comes with a queen size bed and ample hanging lockers. Two twin cabins complete the accommodation and all staterooms have flat screen televisions and en suite facilities. Twin 1,500hp engines give her a cruising speed of 22 knots and a maximum speed of 25 knots.

Carbon Copy was asking $2,250,000.

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