Emerald Pacific Yachts sells Queenship motor yacht Souvenir
2014-03-26By Malcolm MacLean

Tony Witek at Emerald Pacific Yachts on the US West Coast tells me he's sold the 27.4m motor yacht Souvenir in an in-house deal.

Built by Canada's Queenship yard to a design by Tom Fexas and delivered in 2002, she has a superb, high-volume interior with decor in satin varnished cherry wood, and she has had numerous upgrades since new. A full beam aft deck has U-shaped seating and two tables for al fresco dining with 10 guests while the saloon has a cherry and maple sole, comfortable seating and a sophisticated high-end entertainment system reportedly costing $100,000.

Accommodation is for eight guests in four staterooms. The master suite is full beam while the VIP stateroom has a queen sized berth and there is a further double and twin. All staterooms come with entertainment systems and en suite bathroom facilities and twin 1,400hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 15 knots.

Tony Witek says that the yacht will remain in Seattle, Washington, in the US with her new owners for the time being.

Souvenir was asking $1,895,000.