The 37.8 metre motor yacht Murphy's Law has had a $2,205,000 price drop, her listing agent, Bob Cury at RJC Yachts, tells me.
Built in GRP by US yard Delta Marine, Murphy’s Law was delivered in 1998. Refitted in 2006, this superyacht is an impressive exercise in scale and luxury. Features include a spa pool and sun lounge area on the flydeck and spacious and elegant accommodation for eight or more guests.
The interior has accents of varnished wood and pale furnishings, giving the feel and comforts of a modern home on board your private yacht. The master suite features a king-size bed and a walk-in cedar lined closet, as well as his-and-hers bathrooms and a full entertainment centre. The VIP cabin has a queen-sized bed, and an en suite bathroom. Directly across from the VIP is a guest cabin with two twin beds and a full-sized Pullman bunk. An additional guest stateroom below has the same array of features. All guest rooms have full entertainment systems.
Murphy’s Law has space for five crew, as well as numerous dining areas and spaces to gather, making her the ultimate in comfort afloat. She cruises at a speed of 12 knots, with a maximum of 16 knots at full speed. In 2014 she completed a further major refit including new exterior paint, an engine overhaul, refreshed interior soft goods and new electronics.
Available to view at next month's Miami show, Murphy's Law is now down from $9,500,000 to $7,295,000. See full details, specs and a photo gallery of superyacht Murphy's Law for sale