This MCP Global Fast Trawler 98 model features a 6.71 metre beam and a semi-displacement hull constructed in aluminium. She boasts a semi-shaded bridge deck that features a large Jacuzzi, wet bar, sun pads, a barbecue and ice-maker. A large Bimini top provides welcome shade on very bright days.
The main saloon has comfortable sofas and a home theatre system with a 42 inch television, a Crestron remote control and iPod docking stations. The dining area is located on the port side and offers seating for up to 10 guests and there is a reading and relaxation area with two couches to starboard.
Eagle's Nest's capacious interior accommodates eight to 10 guests in four luxurious cabins, including an on deck master suite. She also houses two spacious doubles and a twin below and all cabins have full en suite bathroom facilities.
Powered by twin 1,665hp Caterpillar engines, this versatile motor yacht is capable of very economical long-distance cruising. She is also able to cruise short distances at higher speeds, reaching a top speed of 25 knots. Her range is 3,000 nautical miles at 11 knots.
Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Eagle's Nest was asking $3,250,000.