The 30.8 metre motor yacht Cameron Alexander, listed for sale by Alex Clarke at Denison Yachting, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Matthew Stone at 26 North Yachts.
Built in GRP by Hargrave Custom Yachts to a design by Jack Hargrave, Cameron Alexander was delivered in 2010 as a raised pilothouse yacht. Accommodation is for up to eight guests in four cabins consisting of a spacious on-deck master suite with a 42-inch television screen, another full-beam master suite below and two nearly identical twin cabins convertible to queen doubles. All cabins have full en-suite bathrooms finished in marble.
The open-plan main saloon has excellent headroom and is decorated in a soothing colour palette of ivory, oyster, amethyst and platinum, while the wooden panelling is in a rich high-gloss cherry accented with Makore, a darker, chocolate toned wood. There is ample comfortable seating and a sophisticated entertainment centre, while the bar is a feature in its own right. The glass bar top is suspended above the working area on polished round stainless steel supports cantilevered over a back bar in grey marble with ivory veining and small flecks of amethyst. This theme of floating glass above the cabinetry is repeated in the dining area on the port and starboard side buffets.
Al fresco dining areas are available on both the spacious aft deck and on the flybridge. The flybridge has plentiful seating, sunpads, a bar, large gas barbecue grill, six-person Jacuzzi and an electric sun roof.
Cameron Alexander was asking $3,595,000.