The 25 metre catamaran motor yacht C-Quest, listed for sale by Paul Daubner at Northrop & Johnson, has been sold to a direct client in an in-house deal.
Built in aluminium by Australian yard New Wave Catamarans, she was delivered in 2008 as an overnight dive charter vessel and is a purposeful yacht with not too many frills. She was originally certified for charter in Australia for up to 24 passengers and four crew. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins consisting of four double cabins on the main deck with queen size beds and an owner's suite aft of the pilot house. All cabins have en suite shower facilities
The saloon is to starboard and has large windows, U-shaped seating on comfortable sofas and an entertainment system including a large flat screen television, DVD and a stereo surround sound system. To port lies a country kitchen-style galley and there is a dining area forward of the galley with seating for 10 to 12 guests.
Both hulls have stairs down to the waterline from the aft decks enabling easy access to the water for divers.
C-Quest comes with a Seamagine two person submersible from 2010 and a professional Bauer dive compressor, along with sets of scuba diving gear. The top deck is designed to accommodate a helicopter with folding rails and a folding radar mast. Power is supplied by twin Detroit Diesel S60 740hp engines with a top speed of 23 knots and cruising speed of 13 knots.
An estate sale, C-Quest is located in San Diego, California, and was asking $2,250,000.