The 35.96 metre Gulf Craft motor yacht Arthur’s Way has been sold by Justin Nystedt at Denison Yachting, with Greg Hughes from Milltown Yacht Sales introducing the buyer.
Built in GRP by UAE yard Gulf Craft to a design by Frank Mulder, the yacht was delivered in 2003 as one of the yard's Millennium series.
Up to nine guests are accommodated in four cabins, consisting of a split level master suite on the main deck with a king-sized bed facing a large plasma television screen and a walk-in wardrobe.
Aft and below deck is a VIP suite with a queen-sized bed plus a double and a guest cabin with a full-sized bed and a single. All cabins have full en suite bathroom facilities.
The full-beam saloon with burl wood joinery is divided into an aft seating area with a convertible cocktail table that transforms into a formal dining table for eight guests at the push of a button. Forward is a drop-down movie screen with plenty of comfortable seating. There is also a granite-topped bar with an ice maker and microwave for casual snacks.
The aft deck offers al fresco entertaining and dining at a custom varnished table, with a helm station, ice maker and drinks fridge. Elsewhere, guests will find a Jacuzzi and plenty of sunning areas in which to unwind.
Twin 1,825hp MTU diesel engines give the yacht a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 3,000 nautical miles.
Arthur’s Way was asking $3,590,000.