The 27.43 metre Affinity sportfish motor yacht Grand Legacy has been sold in-house by Raymond Young at RJC Yacht Sales.
Grand Legacy was launched in 2008 as the first in a new series of sportfishing vessels from Affinity Yachts. She was built in GRP at the Cheoy Lee shipyard as an Affinity 90 and was designed as the ultimate fishing platform. Grand Legacy is equipped with a full array of Furuno electronics, radar and sonar systems, as well as an enclosed fishing cockpit with a swivel fighting chair and hydraulic outriggers.
Grand Legacy is also kitted out with eight-rod holders, a live bait well, a built-in tackle centre and insulated fish box, and a Jenn-Air electric barbecue grill for fresh fish on the go.
Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite, two doubles with queen-sized beds and a twin cabin. All cabins have entertainment centres, LCD television screens and en suite shower facilities, while crew quarters sleep two members of staff aboard this yacht for sale.
The main saloon features an L-shaped sofa with a curved sit-up bar that leads to an open galley. On the starboard side is a spiral staircase that divides the main social area from a formal dining table forward.
Powered by twin 2,400hp MTU 16V-2000 diesel engines, she cruises at 27 knots with a top-end speed of 29 knots.
Grand Legacy was asking $3,395,000.