Steep price drop on motor yacht Bread at Northrop & Johnson
by Malcolm MacLean
News arrives over the weekend from John Weller and Bruce Leffers at Northrop & Johnson of a hefty $4.55 million price cut on the 42.1m motor yacht Bread.
Built by Kanter in 2007, Rolly Marine completely stripped her back to her aluminium hull, the interior, electrical and mechanical systems were replaced and new 575hp Caterpillar engines installed, making her essentially a new yacht.
The master and guest staterooms are accessed via a spiral staircase located on the aft side of the main saloon. Situated off a foyer, the master is aft with a centreline king bed, walk-in wardrobe and his and her marble bath. A VIP suite is just off the foyer to port, with king berth and ensuite bath. Two guest staterooms are located forward, both with king size beds and ensuite baths. Like all areas of the yacht, raised panel joinery and curved panels in highly finished teak complement the décor.
One of the many attractive features of Bread is her expansive aft deck, which is designed for every aspect of yachting life, from fine dining to casual cocktails.
Bread is now asking $19,995,000.