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IYC sells 38.58m superyacht First Draw

News comes from IYC's Mark Ellitot that he has sold the 38.58m superyacht Christensen First Draw, a co-Central Agency with Steve Doyle at Cambridge Yacht Group.

Built in composite in 1995 to an in-house design, First Draw was brought completely up to date in a 2012 refit, which saw her teak decks replaced, furniture and tenders renewed, sun deck refurbished with a new bar and spa pool, and a new Awlgrip paint job.

The interior was completely redecorated in a contemporary style created in collaboration with Varo Interior Design. With a slight change in layout the yacht now accommodates nine guests in four cabins: a VIP on the main deck with a larger bathroom, a full-beam master suite on the lower deck, a triple cabin with queen-size and single berths, and a twin cabin.

Twin Caterpillar engines were installed to replace the former twin Deutz-MWM ones and all electronics, navigation systems and audio/video equipment were replaced.

Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, First Draw was asking $7.49 million. Mark Elliot acted for the seller, and Bob Cury of RJC acted for the buyer.

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