The 27.43 metre sportfish yacht Singularis, listed for sale by Dave Meyer at HMY Yacht Sales, has been sold as a result of combined efforts between HMY, Bayliss Boatworks and Merritt’s Boat and Engine Works.
Built in cold-moulded wood by US yard Bayliss Boatworks to a design by Robert Ullberg, Singularis was delivered in 2016. A teak-panelled interior from Within Interior Design accommodates six guests in three cabins, comprising a full beam master suite and two VIP suites, all with en suite bathroom facilities.
In the saloon, an extra-large U-shaped couch sits against the aft bulkhead on the port side and is wrapped around a teak- and ash-burl coffee table. A pair of wraparound cushion chairs fit into matched notches in a light teak countertop to starboard. Four sets of doors hide a well-stocked wine chiller, liquor cabinet and crystal storage.
On the aft deck, the dual-level mezzanine is a step above cockpit level and includes seating for three anglers in addition to an upper spectator’s settee that stretches across the back of the saloon bulkhead. Under the lower-mezzanine deck are hatches that reveal a set of pop-up cockpit controls, a grill and gear storage, plus drink and bait boxes. Under the upper settee are two large freezers, tackle storage and another refrigerated drink box. An aft-facing 32-inch LCD screen drops out of the flybridge overhang and can be used for entertainment or to monitor bridge electronics. Her top speed is 38 knots and her power comes from two 2,600hp MTU 16V2000M94 diesel engines.
Singularis was asking $12,995,000.