Broward motor yacht The Job sold
by Malcolm MacLean
The 26 metre motor yacht The Job, listed for sale by Ken Denison at Denison Yachting, has been sold with the buyer introduced by John Boysen at Rick Obey & Associates.
An all-aluminium raised pilothouse motor yacht, she was built by Broward and delivered in 1988. The aft deck is shaded by the extended boat deck above but is otherwise open with unobstructed views. A custom, semi-spiral staircase with rails allows easy access to and from the wide aluminum swimming platform. The main saloon spans the full beam of the yacht and is extremely spacious with a large L-shaped settee facing a sophisticated entertainment centre and forward is a formal dining area with seating for six.
Outside, access to the flybridge is up a set of stairs from the pilothouse. The helm station is amidships forward and has an extra wide double bench seat. A locker aft of the bench seat houses a small fridge and sink, perfect for preparing al fresco evening cocktails.
Accommodation is for up to seven guests in three staterooms consisting of a master suite forward and a double cabin aft to starboard and a twin cabin aft to port, all with en suite bathroom with shower.
Twin 1,000hp Caterpillar engines give The Job a cruising speed of 12 knots and she was asking $649,000.