The 32.9 metre sportfish motor yacht Sarahbeth, listed for sale by David Meyer at HMY Yacht Sales, has been sold with Kent Chamberlain at Chamberlain Yachts introducing the buyer.
Designed by Don O’Keeffe, Sarahbeth was built in aluminium by US yard Burger to ABS class and delivered in 2001 with a full interior refit in 2014. A sleek interior in satin finished teak has flexible accommodation for up to 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite, two twins and two further cabins with bunk berths, suitable for guests or crew. All cabins have en-suite bathroom facilities.
The main saloon features include a wet bar area to starboard and an entertainment centre including a large television screen to port. Comfortable seating is provided by two couches and two armchairs, while the dining area is forward with seating for six guests and storage for china, glassware and cutlery.
As a sportfish yacht, her teak sole cockpit is fully rigged for fishing and features a mezzanine observation deck, teak covering boards, fighting chair, fly rod storage locker, a transom box plumbed as a livewell, in-deck fish box, freezers and a transom door with a swim ladder. She also comes equipped with Rupp triple spreader outriggers.
With a shallow draft of just two metres she can cruise throughout the waters of the Bahamas with ease or go long-distance exploring, having a fuel capacity of over 8,000 gallons and a 24 knot cruising speed courtesy of twin MTU 12V 4000 M90 diesel engines.
Sarahbeth was asking $3,950,000.