John DeCaro at All Ocean Yachts never switches his phone off so when I call on Saturday he's happy to tell me about his latest central listing, the 34.7m expedition motor yacht Maybe Tomorrow.
Maybe Tomorrow had her keel laid at Bayou La Batre, Alabama, in 2004. She was launched in 2006 and sailed to Jacksonville, Florida, for completion before finally being delivered in 2008.
Designed for long range exploration and featuring an open-plan interior in various woods, this superyacht accommodates up to 10 guests in four staterooms and her twin 475hp Detroit Diesel engines have only 250 hours on them. Although over $8 million was spent on her construction, John says she's currently owned by a bank who have slashed the asking price to $3.9 million.