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Viking 92 sportfish yacht Freak Nasty sold

The 28 metre sportfish motor yacht Freak Nasty, listed for sale by Jon Mitchell at Galati Yacht Sales, has been sold in an in-house deal.

Built in GRP by US yard Viking, she was delivered earlier in 2016 as a 92’ enclosed flybridge model and came with full builder and engine warranties.

Accommodation is for up to eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite located amidships with a king sized bed, a forward double with a queen sized bed and double cabins to port and starboard, all with entertainment systems, flat screen televisions and en suite facilities

Entered through electric stainless steel and glass sliding doors, the expansive main deck saloon offers panoramic views. To port is a sectional L-shaped sofa and to starboard is a wet bar, entertainment centre with a large television screen, and staircase access to the enclosed flybridge above. Just forward is a full sized gourmet galley with bar stool seating and also a dining area with seating for six guests to enjoy casual meals through the day.

The aft deck has a table, built in upholstered seating for al fresco dining, two electric grills and a flip-down television in the flybridge overhang, with stairwell access to the upper aft deck. The enclosed bridge includes a comfortable large L-shaped settee, a wet bar, entertainment centre and ample seating to port and starboard at the helm.

Power comes via twin 2,600hp MTU diesel engines and she is fitted with Seakeeper gyroscopic zero speed stabilisers.

Freak Nasty was asking $9,699,000.

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