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Cheoy Lee motor yacht Liwan sold

The 25.6 metre motor yacht Liwan, listed for sale by Christopher Saumsiegle at Bradford Marine Yacht Sales, has been sold.

Built in GRP by Chinese yard Cheoy Lee, she was delivered in 2006 and is still owned and maintained by the original owner. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, a VIP suite and two twins to port and starboard, all with LCD television screens and full en suite shower facilities.

The saloon has panelling in rich mahogany and features L-shaped sofas with cocktail tables, a bar, fridge, ice maker and wine cooler. A full height entertainment system includes a 42 inch LCD television and Marantz surround sound stereo. Forward is a formal dining area for six guests while a circular stairway in mahogany leads up to the flybridge and down to the guest accommodation.

The enclosed flybridge of this yacht comes with two helm seats, an L-shaped sofa and a mahogany cocktail table. Outdoor dining is available on the upper aft deck equipped with an L-shaped upholstered settee, fridge and a double Jennaire electric grill. The main aft deck is similarly suitable for al fresco entertainment and features U-shaped seating, a wet bar, teak folding chairs and a 15” LCD television screen mounted to the bulkhead. Twin 1,550hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 22 knots and a maximum speed of 26 knots.

Her broker comments: “Liwan is priced right and is ready for offers. She has very few hours on her, is upgraded and maintained in excellent condition and must be seen to be appreciated.”

Liwan was asking $2,379,000.

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