Lazzara motor yacht Tomcat sold

The 24.57 metre motor yacht Tomcat has been sold less than 30 days after coming on the market, and will be renamed Dancin. Bob Cury at RJC Yachts acted for the buyer and seller.

Built in GRP by US yard Lazzara, she was delivered in 1999 as an enclosed flybridge motor yacht and accommodates eight guests in four cabins along with berths for three crew. Guest accommodation consists of a master suite with a king sized bed and built in settees to port and starboard, two VIP suites and a twin cabin, all with entertainment centres and full en suite facilities.

Rich earth-toned carpeting combines with camphor wood and lacquered joinery to create a warm and welcoming interior throughout while custom fabrics are used on all furnishings, valances and bedding. The saloon has an L-shaped upholstered sofa with throw cushions, two upholstered swivel barrel chairs, a bar with wine storage and an entertainment centre featuring a DVD player and a satellite television receiver.

Forward is a dining area for six guests around a circular glass table and there is a custom overhead soffit with concealed lighting. Further forward is the galley featuring a raised breakfast nook, L-shaped leather seating and a drop down television screen.

The skylounge is accessed from the aft deck or galley and features the Cabriolet option, offering the ability to convert this area into an open bridge arrangement. The forward and aft windows power down and the side windows manually push back. Here is found a full helm station, a raised settee and table along with a bar. Twin 1,100hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 24 knots and a range of 1,570 nautical miles at 12 knots.

Tomcat was asking $995,000.

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