The 39.93 metre Delta superyacht CV-9, listed for sale by Josh Gulbranson at Fraser Yachts, has been sold in a direct deal.
Delivered in 1995, this Glade Johnson-designed luxury yacht was refitted in 2013, when she was given an extensive overhaul. Her previous owner has enjoyed varied cruising on CV-9; since February 2008 she’s logged over 136,000nm exploring everywhere from the Great Lakes to South America, Asia, Africa, the South Pacific and the Caribbean and Mediterranean.
CV-9 is a Delta 131 displacement yacht built in GRP. Powered by two 3508TA Caterpillar diesel engines, she has a cruising speed of 12 knots and can be pushed to a top speed of 16 knots.
Her main deck is full walk around and features a dining table aft, a wet bar on the port side and seating across the stern. Above, on the sundeck, lie four chaise lounges aft, complete with umbrellas for shade.
The interior of CV-9 boasts plenty of seating and a dining area in the main saloon, with a full beam sky lounge on the bridge deck that is surrounded by huge glass windows.
The lower deck is dedicated to housing 11 guests in five suites. Forward to port sits a guest cabin with a queen size bed, and two twin suites are found in the starboard forward cabin and port aft cabin, all of which have heads with showers. The VIP cabin is located port aft, featuring a queen bed with an en suite.
CV-9 was asking $8,500,000.