Crescent Custom motor yacht Dumb Luck sold

31 August 2017• Written by Malcolm MacLean

The 38.71 metre tri-deck motor yacht Dumb Luck, listed for sale by Michael Selter and Neal Esterly at Fraser, has been sold with Dennis Riehl at Crows Nest Yachts introducing the buyer.

Built in GRP by Canadian yard Crescent Custom Yachts to a design by Jack Sarin, she was delivered in 2001 and refitted in 2003. Accommodation is for up to ten guests in five cabins. Forward on the main deck is a split-level master suite with en-suite spa amenities accessed via two spiral staircases. Below deck are four guest cabins, all with en-suite showers, while two separate entrances allow for private cabin access. The VIP suite features a king size bed while a double cabin has a queen berth, and another guest cabin has two single berths that can convert to a queen berth. The fourth guest cabin is currently used as a personal gym and has one Pullman berth for guests or staff.

Dumb Luck was asking $5,500,000

The main saloon features maple joinery, light soft goods with leather sofas and a state of the art entertainment system updated in 2014, while forward is a separate formal dining area for six guests at a custom leather wrapped stainless steel and glass dining table.

Access to the skylounge is via a spiral staircase and this is another great owner and guest retreat with an abundant amount of natural light, 360-degree views, maple joinery, light soft goods, leather sofas, an owner’s desk and another sophisticated entertainment system.

The flybridge deck is separated into two areas. There are superb views from the aft entertaining area featuring a full custom teak bar with custom teak and stainless steel seating, a barbecue and large settees to port and starboard with room for 10 guests dining al fresco. Further forward is the captain’s helm station. Twin 1,800hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of ten knots and a range of 3,000 nautical miles.

Dumb Luck was asking $5,500,000.