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Gilman Yachts sells superyacht Magic Time

Jim McKee at Gilman Yachts has sold the 31.39m Christensen superyacht Magic Time.

Built in 1988, the raised pilothouse motor yacht features a hull design by Ed Monk. Powered by twin 270hp diesel NT855M Cummins engines, she has a 2,500-nautical mile range at nine knots, and Magic Time has proved her mettle on a number of serious journeys, including two transatlantic crossings. Her previous owners have upgraded Magic Time with new lighting and installed back-ups to all system.

Her full-beam owners’ cabin aft features a bath, shower and a treadmill that pops up from the floor when desired. She accommodates six crew and six guests. She features a well-equipped galley with SubZero refrigeration.

Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the asking price was $1.495 million.

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