The 36-metre Broward motor yacht Legacy has been sold, with the seller represented by Raymond Young of RJC Yacht Sales and the buyer introduced by Jeff Shaffer of Superyacht Sales and Charter.
Built in aluminium, Legacy was delivered in 2000 as a Broward 118 raised pilothouse model and refitted in 2013. A custom interior has rich mahogany joinery throughout, accommodating eight guests in four generous cabins consisting of a master suite with a king-sized bed, two doubles and a twin, all with entertainment centres, Samsung flat-screen televisions and ensuite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for three crew.
The main deck features a spacious main saloon with a full bar and entertainment centre including a 60-inch Samsung television screen. Forward is a private formal dining area, which doubles as a conference room for business meetings, while further forward still is a comfortable "country kitchen" galley.
The large aft deck offers al fresco entertaining and dining with seating, tables and a walk-up bar. The flybridge is accessed from either the raised pilothouse or from the spiral staircase on the aft deck. There is a main helm station to port with a wing station to starboard while aft of the helm is a full bar to starboard and a large oval table with a built-in settee to port.
Twin 1,350hp Caterpillar diesel engines give the 209GT yacht a cruising speed of 15 knots and she is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilisers. Now named True North, she is to be offered for charter with RJC Yacht Sales.
Legacy's asking price was not disclosed.