Custom built in GRP by US yard Nordlund to a design by Ed Monk Jr, Prime Time was delivered in 2000 as a raised pilothouse model and has always been owned by the same person and never chartered. The interior by Jon Pokela comfortably accommodates six guests in three cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite and a twin cabin, all with television screens and full en suite shower facilities.
A large full beam main saloon has a C-shaped settee to port facing a wet bar, cocktail table, two occasional chairs and an entertainment centre to starboard and is adjacent to the formal dining area with six matching upholstered chairs. Further forward is the ‘country kitchen’ style galley with six large windows and a full range of commercial grade kitchen equipment.
The sheltered aft deck is a good size with a table and chairs for al fresco dining and has a half spiral staircase to port leading down to the swim platform. Meanwhile, the flybridge is shaded under a custom hard top and has a circular seating area for up to 15 guests along with a wet bar, fridge and barbecue grill. Twin 1,100hp MAN engines give her a cruising speed of 15 knots and a maximum speed of 20 knots.
Lying in St Petersburg, Florida, Prime Time was asking $799,000.