Launched in 2001, Dorothy Ann is built in aluminium and offers a cruising speed of 13 knots and a top speed of 15 knots, thanks to her 2 Caterpillar 3412B diesel engines.
This semi-displacement superyacht, built to AB Classification, is spread over two decks and has a gross tonnage of 256.
Her naval architecture and exterior design was completed in house, with interior design by Claudette Bonville. The interior of Dorothy Ann is styled with lots of varnished panelling, rich woods and marble, with touches of silver and blue.
Dorothy Ann can accommodate eight in four suites, consisting of a full width owner’s suite that features a king bed, opening portholes a walk-in wardrobe and a Jacuzzi, and three guest cabins with en suites.
The main deck is dedicated to enjoying the superyacht, with a relaxed main saloon that is flanked by a dining table for eight forward and an outdoor seating area aft. Above, on the flybridge deck, lies a U-shaped sofa and a bar giving guests plenty of space to enjoy the sunshine and uninterrupted views forward.
Dorothy Ann is down from $6,850,000 to $5,750,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship.