Delivered in 2006 by Cheoy Lee and designed by Tom Fexas and Argonautica Yacht Interiors, she can sleep up to ten guests in five cabins, with space for two crew. The cabins, accessed from the saloon by a spiral staircase, are all en suite and the master cabin features a walk-in wardrobe.
The saloon has been designed with granite flooring and panoramic windows that allow plenty of natural light to filter through into the dining and living areas. Key features include a bar, complete with wine cooler and icemaker, as well as an entertainment centre.
The aft deck provides covered dining for up to ten guests and has a bar and settee alongside the teak dining table. The flybridge, which features a removable hard top for passing under low bridges, has an outdoor entertainment area and deckchairs for sunbathing. She carries a 4.3 metre Novurania tender and a pair of Bombardier Sea Doos.
Talon has benefited from upgraded appliances throughout and includes underwater lights and a Crestron audio video system.
Powered by twin 1,550hp Caterpillar C30 engines, she can reach a top speed of 27 knots and cruises comfortably at 22 knots.
Talon was asking $1,950,000.