The 35.7-metre Crescent Lady has rejoined the brokerage market with Alex G. Clarke of Denison Yachting.
Built of GRP by US yard Crescent Custom Yachts, the yacht was delivered in 2020 as part of the yard’s Crescent 117 series and was designed inside and out by naval architect Gregory C. Marshall. Accommodation is for ten guests, all on the lower deck, comprising a full beam master suite aft, a VIP suite and two twin cabins. A captain's cabin, located forward of the galley, could be converted to a fifth guest cabin. There are quarters for a crew of up to six.
Stand out features include a large Jacuzzi on the sun deck alongside sun loungers with space for plenty of equipment such as a five-metre tender, two Seadoos plus paddleboards. The aft deck has an eight-person al fresco dining table with a large sunpad that looks over the transom on the stern.
Contrasting light and dark colours appear throughout the interior, with a spacious main saloon hosting two L-shaped sofas flanking a coffee table. Forward is an open-plan galley with seating for guests – one of the many North American hallmarks found on the yacht. Above is a raised pilothouse configuration.
Twin 2,735hp MTU diesel engines power the yacht for sale to a top speed of 26 knots and cruising speed of 19 knots. Range is 2,000 nautical miles.
Crescent Lady is asking $9,950,000 and lying in Florida, USA.