Custom built to a design by Ginton Naval Architects from epoxy laminated mahogany, she was launched in 2007. Sea Comet is Bureau Veritas classed and features a traditional style interior with mahogany flooring and beechwood furniture.
She sleeps 10 guests in five staterooms. There are two master suites, each with a king size bed, mini bar, study and sofa while the VIP stateroom has has a queen size bed, mini bar and study. There are also two twin cabins, and all staterooms have en suite bathroom facilities, intercom, entertainment systems and separate air conditioning.
Under power, twin 318hp Scania engines deliver a cruising speed of 10.5 knots and a maximum speed of 13 knots. However, potential buyers are most likely to be especially attracted to the fact that Sea Comet is a popular charter yacht, and she already has 40 days of charter booked for the 2014 season, with a further 30 days to be confirmed.
Sea Comet was asking €890,000.