Built in GRP by Taiwanese yard Horizon to an in-house design, she was delivered in 2006 as a modified V-hull skylounge motor yacht. Accommodation is for six guests in a full beam master suite, a full beam VIP suite and a twin cabin, all with mirrored walls, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
From the aft deck through a stainless steel and glass sliding door, the main saloon is open and inviting, featuring stunning high gloss cherry wood cabinetry, full carpeting and indirect halogen lighting. To starboard aft is a full service wet bar with a built in fridge, ice maker and a refrigerated double wine cooler. Also to starboard is an entertainment centre including a plasma television screen.
On the port side is a comfortable 12' wrap around sofa surrounding an oval cherry wood cocktail table. Aft to port, are stairs to the crew cabins, utility room and interior engine room access. Behind the saloon the comfortable aft deck is shaded and offers ample seating for al fresco entertaining and dining.
Above the main deck the flybridge shares its space with a large skylounge featuring an L-shaped sofa with cocktail table. The flybridge itself has another outdoor dining option and includes a large sun pad, barbecue and mini bar.
The foredeck has more upholstered seating and a large sun pad, offering maximum privacy. Twin 1,550hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 16 knots.
Lying in West Palm Beach, Florida, Primetime was asking $2,299,000.