Westport motor yacht Sharon Lee sold
by Malcolm MacLean
The 34.13 metre motor yacht Sharon Lee, listed for sale by Kevin Merrigan and Cromwell Littlejohn at Northrop & Johnson, has been sold with Mark Osterhaven at Worth Avenue Yachts introducing the buyer.
She was built in GRP by US superyacht yard Westport to a design by Jack Sarin and delivered in 2003 as one of the yard’s Westport 112 series with a refit in 2014. Previously named Betty Jane, she has accommodation for eight guests in four generous double cabins. The master suite is amidships and features a king size centre lined bed, sofa, walk in cedar lined wardrobe and a marble en suite bathroom with a shower and tub. The VIP suite has a separate entrance from the country style galley and is full beam of the yacht forward with a center lined queen size bed. Two double cabins are aft of the master suite with a walk around queen size bed in each.
The saloon is panelled in cherry wood and features a cream three piece suite, a wood trimmed marble coffee table, cocktail or games table and an audio/visual entertainment centre. The shaded aft deck is adjacent to the saloon through large glass doors and boasts an al fresco dining option with built in upholstered seating, a wet bar with stools and a flat screen television.
The sun deck is split level with the front part protected by a custom hard top. Along with a built-in full bar with fridge, barbecue grill and ice maker, this area also houses two new helm chairs, two tables, a built in settee and four chairs. Down two steps is the aft sunning area with oversized sun pads and a six-person Jacuzzi spa tub.
Twin 2,000hp MTU diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 20 knots and a range of 2,500 nautical miles.
Sharon Lee was asking $5,375,000.