Price cut on Tarrab luxury yacht Devine
by Malcolm Maclean
Launched in 1998, Devine had a refit in October 2014 including a new teak aft deck, a fresh coat of anti-fouling and new zincs; part of a rolling programme of upgrades and renovations by her owner. Good maintenance aside, her appeal is for a blend of nimble sports boat performance and superyacht-style living.
A 6.7 metre beam allows accommodation for nine guests in four en-suite cabins including a king size master suite aft, a queen size double forward, a twin to port and, to starboard, a cabin with double and single berths. Like the accommodation, a saloon with a lounging area, bar and formal dining area is finished in an Argentinian wood similar to maple. Factor in cream and taupe upholstery and beige carpeting throughout and you have a neutral classic modern interior.
For al fresco entertaining, a spacious flybridge with a curved bar can seat 20 people for dinner – cooked, perhaps, on the area's gas-fired grill. Up front, there's a jacuzzi on the foredeck.
Rebuilt in 2005, twin 1,350hp Caterpillar engines offer an impressive cruising speed of 20 knots and a top speed of 23 knots.
Devine is berthed at Jupiter, Florida, and is now asking $1,195,000.