News from Thom Conboy at BYS that Julien Elfenbein has signed the 25.9m motor yacht Roamin Holiday for sale.
Designed by Don O'Keeffe, she was built by Burger in 1977 as a raised pilothouse motor yacht and has an aluminium semi-displacement hull. The interior is by the Burger in-house team and features honey toned book matched anigre wood inlaid with black obeeche hardwoods. Large windows in the main saloon offer panoramic views and sofas face the television and entertainment centre while forward is a formal dining area with a black granite topped bar and seating for six guests. There is further informal dining in the country kitchen type galley, again with panoramic views.
Accommodation is for six guests in three staterooms plus two crew in a twin cabin. The master stateroom has a king size bed, walk in wardrobes, entertainment system and an ensuite with shower and Jacuzzi tub. The two twin cabins are identically furnished and have ensuite facilities with mirrored walls and marble counter tops. Deck areas are suitably spacious and feature full walk around side decks to port and starboard. The flybridge has a helm station, wet bar, wrap around seating, Gaggenau grill and a fridge/ice maker making it ideal for alfresco dining. Twin 1,110hp Detroit Diesel engines give Roamin Holiday a cruising speed of 18 knots and maximum speed of 22 knots.
Lying in Palm Beach, Florida, Roamin Holiday is asking $2,595,000.