Oceanfast motor yacht Perseverance II sold
by Malcolm Maclean
Built in GRP by Australian yard Oceanfast with styling by Jon Bannenberg and naval architecture by Phil Curran, Perseverance II was delivered in 1996 with a full refit in 2012 including a complete paint job.
Her interior by Sam Sorgiovanni accommodates eight guests in four cabins. The on deck master suite is full beam and features full length windows, a fridge, large wardrobes with ample storage space and an entertainment system. Below decks is a forward starboard cabin with a queen sized bed, a port cabin with queen sized bed and aft is a twin cabin with Pullman berths for two additional guests. All cabins come with television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
The sky lounge of this has full height windows, entertainment and seating areas and opens out to an enormous aft deck with a wet bar, fridge, ice maker and an al fresco dining area with seating for 12 guests. There is a full private bathroom off the sky lounge, meaning it can be used to accommodate extra guests at a pinch. A spectacular foredeck has sun loungers, seating and a barbecue area along with shade from distinctive parasol tents.
Twin 1,500hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 17 knots and a range of 2,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Perseverance II was asking $3,290,000.