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RJC Yachts signs Christensen superyacht Sea Bear for sale

News in overnight that Bob Cury and Raymond Young at RJC Yachts have signed a joint listing for sale on the 38.4m motor yacht Sea Bear.

Built by US superyacht yard Christensen in 1992 and formerly named Emerald Isle, she underwent a major refit in 2011 to include complete new exterior paint along with new teak decks and a navy blue window line. Her interior features a four stateroom layout for eight guests including two king size suites (one on deck and one below) and two double queen staterooms – all with en suite bathrooms and entertainment systems.

Her joinery is in Brazilian honey teak complemented by granite, marble and onyx highlights throughout. All soft goods were also replaced in her refit along with upgraded electronics and water toys. There is air conditioning and WiFi internet connectivity throughout.

Sea Bear is powered by twin Detroit Diesel 1,040hp engines giving her a cruising speed of 15 knots and a transatlantic range, having completed two crossings on her own bottom.

Currently located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Sea Bear is asking $4,395,000.

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