Price drop on Oceanfast motor yacht Arthur’s Way
by Malcolm MacLean
The 26.52 metre motor yacht Arthur’s Way, listed for sale by Shannon McCoy at Worth Avenue Yachts, has had a $200,000 price reduction.
Arthur's Way was built in GRP by Australian yard Oceanfast to a design by Austal Ships with an interior by Sam Sorgiovanni and delivered in 2000. Her expansive interior accommodates up to 10 guests in four cabins and all have television screens, entertainment systems and en suite bathroom facilities.
Arthur's Way has a spacious full-beam main saloon with large windows on three sides flooding her with daylight, ample relaxation areas and a 42 inch television set. Her formal dining area forward has seating for 10 guests.
A thorough refit of this yacht for sale in 2010 included a full repaint of her hull and superstructure, the installation of LED lighting throughout and an MTU W5 service was completed on both engines. Further upgrades were carried out in December 2012 and in September 2016 she was hauled out and her bottom was repainted. Twin 1,145hp MTU diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 13 knots.
On display at this week's Palm Beach boat show, Arthur's Way is now asking $1,699,000.