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Emerald Pacific Yachts sells Queenship motor yacht Souvenir

Tony Witek at Emerald Pacific Yachts on the US West Coast tells me he's sold the 27.4m motor yacht Souvenir in an in-house deal.

Built by Canada's Queenship yard to a design by Tom Fexas and delivered in 2002, she has a superb, high-volume interior with decor in satin varnished cherry wood, and she has had numerous upgrades since new. A full beam aft deck has U-shaped seating and two tables for al fresco dining with 10 guests while the saloon has a cherry and maple sole, comfortable seating and a sophisticated high-end entertainment system reportedly costing $100,000.

Accommodation is for eight guests in four staterooms. The master suite is full beam while the VIP stateroom has a queen sized berth and there is a further double and twin. All staterooms come with entertainment systems and en suite bathroom facilities and twin 1,400hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 15 knots.

Tony Witek says that the yacht will remain in Seattle, Washington, in the US with her new owners for the time being.

Souvenir was asking $1,895,000.

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