Broward motor yacht Independence 2 sold
by Malcolm Maclean
The 32 metre motor yacht Independence 2 has been sold with Mark Osterhaven at Worth Avenue Yachts representing the buyer and seller.
Delivered by Broward Marine in 2003 and having undergone a refit in 2013, Independence 2 can accommodate eight guests. The master suite, which is forward, has his and her en suite bathroom facilities as well as a built-in vanity desk. Six additional guests can enjoy two VIP and two twin cabins on the lower deck, all with full en suite bathroom facilities.. She also has accommodation for four crew.
Her 23’ beam means that Independence 2 has a spacious feel. Her interior offers plenty of spaces for entertaining including a spacious saloon featuring a lounge are with a large settee, occasional chairs, coffee tables and a marble topped wet bar along with an entertainment centre. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for eight guests. A large country style kitchen has all the latest appliances and includes a breakfast nook for sociable casual snacks.
She also has multiple al fresco dining opportunities both on her large flybridge and aft deck, each fitted with comfortable seating and tables. Her flybridge also features a barbecue if guests want to enjoy a more casual meal after relaxing in the Jacuzzi.
Independence 2’s twin Detroit Diesel engines offer a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range 1,200 nautical miles. Her bottom and running gear was serviced in 2015.
Independence 2 has also been a popular charter yacht in Florida, the Bahamas and the East Coast.
Independence 2 was lying in South Florida, asking $1,700,000.