Built in GRP by US yard Hatteras to a design by Jack Hargrave and delivered in 1995, Good Times has full walk-around decks and accommodates eight guests in four well-appointed cabins with en suite bathroom facilities, plus crew quarters forward for up to five.
Additional amenities include a large main saloon, dining area, gourmet galley and a large air conditioned aft deck. In addition her oversized flybridge features a Jacuzzi, wet bar, barbecue grill and water toys. Repowered with DDC/MTU 16V-2000's in 2000, she cruises comfortably at 17 knots while providing a 22 knot top speed.
She completed an $800,000 refit in 2010/11 which included new carpeting, soft goods throughout, new air conditioning compressors and handlers, two new 2400 GPD watermakers, updated electronics with new radar, plotters, searchlights, re-conditioned davit, Recaro helm chair and new exterior cushions and canvas.
In 2011 & 2012, a new custom Pipewelders hard top was installed, along with all new LED exterior lighting, a new custom flybridge wet bar, new teak funiture, and new Novurania tender, dive compressor and new aft deck furniture. In 2013, additional upgrades include new Naiad Multi-Sea stabilizers, new galley appliances, dive compressor and WiFi internet access throughout. In 2015 she had a further $1 million refit.
Lying in Jupiter, Florida, Good Timesis now asking $3,495,000.