The 34.1-metre motor yacht Childs Play, listed for sale by Mark Osterhaven at Worth Avenue Yachts, has been sold, with Jeff Shaffer of Superyacht Sales & Charter having introduced the buyer and Osterhaven representing the seller.
Built in aluminium by US yard Burger to a design by Don O’Keefe, she was delivered in 2003 as the yard’s first expedition yacht and the first full displacement hull in the company's modern-day history, with a major refit in 2019. An interior by Linda Street Design accommodates 10 guests in five cabins comprising a master suite, two VIP suites and two twins, all with entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
A large main saloon comes with lounge seating, a television screen, a formal dining table and an exquisite crystal display cabinet to the port side which stores the china and crystal. To starboard, a full-service bar is integrated. Forward of the dining area, the staircase and foyer feature sliding doors that close off the saloon for quiet dining.
Exterior spaces include the main aft deck, with a fixed al fresco dining set up and wet bar with bar stools. The sundeck features sunpads and seating, the helm station and a new Jacuzzi spa tub added in February 2020. The Portuguese bridge is another popular and private outdoor space and includes dual settees for open-air relaxation and a good vantage point to gaze out over the horizon.
The 277GT yacht's top speed is 14 knots and her power comes from twin 800hp Caterpillar 3406-E diesel engines. For added safety and comfort she is fitted with Quantum zero-speed stabilisers.
Childs Play was asking $9,250,000.