The 26.49 metre motor yacht Natalie has been sold with Harry Bristow Holmes at Bristow-Holmes acting for the buyer and seller.
Built in GRP by British yard Sunseeker International to a design by Don Shead, she was delivered in 2009 as one of the yard’s ever-popular Predator 84 models. Built to MCA code, she was specified and prepared for charter use. A high gloss black American walnut interior accommodates eight guests in four cabins. These consist of a full beam amidships master suite, a forward VIP suite and twin cabins to port and starboard, all with flat screen television sets and full en suite bathroom facilities.
The welcoming saloon has comfortable seating, a wine cooler, an entertainment centre including a 42 inch television screen and there is a separate dining area. Out on the aft cockpit, al fresco dining is made easy on built in seating, with a fridge, a barbecue and an ice maker. On exceptionally warm days, a retractable awning provides welcome shelter to the cockpit. Her hydraulic bathing platform allows easy release of the Williams jet tender and access to the extremely large aft garage for all the water sports toys.
She has vast amounts of space both inside and out including a sports flybridge with an upper helm console and sun pads for additional sunbathing and entertaining space and panoramic views
Twin 1,825hp Caterpillar diesel engines power her to speeds of up to 32 knots.
Lying in France, Natalie was asking €1,400,000.