Denison sells superyacht Rob Roy
by Malcolm MacLean
An understandably excited Alex Clarke at Denison Yacht Sales calls to say he acted for the seller in the sale of the 41.1m motor yacht Rob Roy, with the buyer representative wishing to remain anonymous as he's a friend of the owner.
Built by Horizon in 2009 as one of the yard’s 135 Premier series, Rob Roy is one of the most advanced Horizon motor yachts launched to date, being classed DNV and MCA compliant.
Designed by JC Espinosa, Rob Roy is distinctive for her metallic grey hull and has impressive accommodation for up to 11 guests including the owner’s suite on the owner’s deck aft of the bridge with a full beam cabin, lounge and private aft deck.
For guests there is a second master suite on the main deck, which has a walk in wardrobe. On the lower deck a double and a twin cabin plus a gymnasium with sauna. The gym converts into a cabin with three Pullman berths. The light, airy and chic contemporary interior features high gloss sycamore, silver accessories and marble.
Rob Roy was asking $12.95 million.
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