The 37.8-metre motor yacht Reflections (ex Kingfish) has rejoined the brokerage market with Raymond Young of RJC Yacht Sales.
Originally delivered in 1999, the raised pilothouse model was built by American yard Christensen and maintained to ABS classification. She features naval architecture by Paragon Design and exterior styling by Ward Setzer, while her interior incorporates neutral tones using leathers, marble, leaded glass, mahogany, teak and burl woods.
Accommodations include a five-cabin layout consisting of a main-deck master suite panelled in mahogany and padded white leather, as well as two mirror-image doubles with queen-sized beds and a twin cabin below. All guest rooms have entertainment centres and en suite bathroom facilities.
The vast saloon has a lounge area aft furnished with a love seat, armchairs, end tables, a four-person games table, a wet bar and an entertainment centre. Forward of this space, separated by a mahogany buffet, is a formal dining area seating 10 guests, while even further forward sits a galley with a breakfast nook for informal snacks.
Moving outside, the oversized aft deck has a settee seating six guests, a table and four directors’ chairs. Additional al fresco dining is offered up on the flybridge, in addition to a wet bar, a gas barbecue, a six-person hot tub flanked by sun pads and tender storage for a 5.5-metre Novurania RIB.
Elsewhere, a generous swimming platform gives access to the engine room with stairs leading up to the aft deck along the starboard side.
Reflections has undergone a series of refits over the years to keep her in top seafaring condition. Most recently in 2022, the yacht received new zero speed stabilisers, updated mechanical systems, an interior update, modern appliances in the galley and all new LED lighting. She also completed an extended W5 overhaul on her twin MTU engines in 2019, which power the yacht for sale to a top speed of 18 knots and 14 knots cruising.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Reflections is asking $6,900,000.