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HMY Yacht Sales sells sportfish motor yacht named Business

Jeff Creary at HMY Yacht sales tells me he's closed on his listing for sale, the 24.99m sportfish yacht called Business in an in-house deal.

Built by US sportfish specialist yard Viking, Business was the first in the yard's 82' line and was delivered in 2010. A lean, mean, fishing machine, she comes with built-in rod holders, transom fishbox, in-deck storage boxes and a fighting chair. An electric sliding door leads into the main saloon with an L-shaped settee, retractable 50 inch home theatre television, a dinette to port and a granite topped galley to starboard.

A striking feature is the blacked-out windshield that wraps around the yacht, incorporating the frameless saloon windows into the design. Accommodation is for eight guests in four staterooms consisting of a master suite and three doubles. All staterooms have entertainment systems, televisions an en suite bathroom facilities, and Business is powered by twin 2,400hp MTU engines.

Business was asking $4,399,000.

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