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Refitted motor yacht Murphy’s Law ready for charter again

Refitted motor yacht Murphy’s Law ready for charter again

Refitted motor yacht Murphy’s Law ready for charter again

The 37.8m (124’) superyacht Murphy’s Law has just completed a US$1.5 million refit including full paint, interior soft goods, full electronics and an upgraded audio visual package. In as-new condition, she is offered for charter in the Bahamas this winter through RJC Yachts.

Built by Delta Marine in 2008, she has a large main saloon with formal dining for eight while an interior in muted tones and cherry wood panelling has accommodation for eight guests in four staterooms. The entire yacht now has full surround-sound audio and a complete movie library.

The master suite is particularly impressive, featuring a massive king size bed and his-and-hers bathrooms finished in custom Italian marble.

There is also a VIP stateroom and two twin cabins – all en suite and all fitted with LCD televisions, DVD and CD equipment.

All three decks of Murphy’s Law have plentiful space for alfresco dining and entertaining under the stars and her extensive flybridge has a large Jacuzzi, barbecue and outdoor stereo system

Water toys include a new 26’ towed Regulator fishing boat with centre console, a Novurania tender, two new Yamaha three-person Waverunners, a kayak, snorkelling gear, fishing tackle and a range of towables.

Murphy’s Law is now chartering in the Bahamas at $58,000 per week plus expenses

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