Westport superyacht Symphony II sold
by Malcolm MacLean
The 34.14 metre motor yacht Symphony II, listed for sale by Ron Morgenstein at International Yacht Collection, has been sold.
Symphony II was built in GRP by US superyacht builder Westport to a Jack Sarin design as one of the yard’s 112′ series and launched in 2001. A very popular charter superyacht, she features a four cabin layout for eight guests along with a large saloon, aft deck and gourmet galley. Accommodation consists of a midships master suite with a king sized bed and walk in wardrobe plus a VIP suite forward with a queen sized bed. Aft, there is a double cabin with a queen bed and to starboard is a twin, convertible to a double. All cabins have en suite bathroom facilities and have television screens.
The spacious main deck saloon and lounge are exceptionally comfortable with a warm elegant decor and furnishings and plenty of natural light. Her main saloon is open style and incorporates a lounge area, a small bar and a formal dining area. Forward of the saloon is the galley where guests can watch the chef in action or discuss their plans for the day.
Her large flybridge features a custom hard top, wet bar, spa pool and oversized outdoor dining area for al fresco meals. Twin 1,800hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 20 knots.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Symphony II was asking $4,295,000.