The 34 metre Custom Line yacht Grace Alone has been sold and renamed Eagle Wings III. The deal was finalised with Fraser Asia brokers Adam Blackmore and Harvey Brewin introducing the buyer, and Ingrid Garrault, of Exocet Marine, acting on behalf of the seller.
Delivered in 2005 and most recently refitted in 2015, the yacht features interior and exterior by Zuccon and a five-cabin layout with the owner's cabin occupying a prime position on the main deck.
The yacht's interiors follow a refined theme, with plenty of glossed wood, contemporary light fixtures and soft fabrics contributing to the onboard ambience. On the main deck, there is a generous main saloon with curved sofa seating adjoined by formal dining formed of a large brushed wood table and comfortable sofa-style seating.
On the exterior, Grace Alone plays host to a variety of relaxation and entertainment areas, including an aft deck set-up that's ideal for morning coffees or evening drinks. The sundeck boasts a sunpad spread, shaped bar and relaxed dining area.
Grace Alone is powered by twin MTU engines that give her a top speed of 28.5 knots and a leisurely cruising speed of 25 knots.
Grace Alone was asking $3,500,000.