Currency switch on ISA superyacht Sealyon at Worth Avenue Yachts
2014-06-18By Malcolm MacLean

Lon McClosky at Worth Avenue Yachts sends news of a currency switch from dollars to euros on his listing for sale with Michael Mahan, the 37m motor yacht Sealyon.

Built by Italian superyacht yard ISA to RINA class, Sealyon was launched in 2007 as the fifth in the yard's ISA 120 series. MCA compliant, she has a luxurious custom interior by Christiano Gatto featuring dark stained walnut panelling with Lalique glass inlays. Accommodation is for eight guests in an on-deck master suite, VIP stateroom and two twin cabins. All staterooms have en suite bathroom facilities.

She has outstanding deck areas with multiple spaces for relaxing and entertaining including an expansive aft deck offering alfresco dining or cocktails for eight guests, and all her water toys are stored in enclosed garages. She is also currently registered for charter, providing adding value for owners who would like to have charter income covering her outgoings.

Triple 2,400hp MTU engines linked to water jets give her a top speed of 33 knots, and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers for added comfort.

Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Sealyon is down from $6,995,000 to €4,200,000.