Cheoy Lee superyacht Sea Fox sold by Gilman Yachts
by Malcolm MacLean
The 30.48m motor yacht Sea Fox is now sold as Marty Isenberg at Gilman Yachts tells me he acted for both buyer and seller in the deal.
Designed by Michael Burvenich, Sea Fox was built by Hong Kong superyacht yard Cheoy Lee to ABS class and delivered in 2008 as one of the yard’s Global series. Al fresco entertainment and dining are available on the large aft deck with a teak table, settees and a wet bar plus port and starboard stairs leading down to the swim platform. The saloon features American cherry wood with an oyster white trim and there is a comfortable seating area to port facing an entertainment centre and 46 inch Sony television to starboard. Forward is a formal dining area with a large round table and eight fabric covered chairs.
Up in the sky lounge there is more seating, another wet bar and fridge plus entertainment from a 42 inch pop-up television screen. Accommodation is for eight guests in four staterooms. The master suite is on the main deck and has a king sized bed while the VIP stateroom is forward below, again with a king sized bed. To port and starboard are two double cabins, each with a queen sized bed and all staterooms come with television screens and full en suite facilities. Twin 1,625hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 15 knots.
Sea Fox was asking $5,959,000.