The 32.92 metre motor yacht Casino Royale was sold in March 2016 and is now back on the market, listed for sale by Camper & Nicholsons under her new name of Shore Thing.
Shore Thing was built in GRP by UK yard Sunseeker International and was delivered in 2008 as a Predator 108 model with a refit in 2013. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite with a dressing room and a steam shower, a VIP suite and two twins, all with en-suite facilities. In addition, there are two cabins for four crew members aboard this yacht for sale.
Her neutral, soothing interior with satin cherry wood panelling is offset by carbon fibre design touches, light grey soft furnishings and a number of non-Sunseeker factory design features. The generous saloon area offers comfortable seating and an entertainment system — new in 2014 — including a 50-inch Samsung LED 3D television on a rise and fall mechanical system. The spacious deck area has two bow sunbathing areas, complete with a spa tub. The cockpit has everything guests might need for leisurely entertainment and dining as she comes with a wet bar, ceramic grill and an ice maker along with upholstered settees and a table.
In 2013 all exterior cushions were recovered in light grey Sunbrella fabric. The asking price includes a 2013 Williams 445 jet tender, stored on a rise and fall hydraulic aft platform, with further storage available in the large garage.
Twin 2,434hp MTU engines give her a speed of 33 knots and she is fitted with Trac fin digital stabilisers to eliminate rolling motions under way or in port.
Shore Thing is asking $3,499,000.