Built in GRP by Taiwanese yard Hargrave, High Rise was delivered in 2010 and has been continually upgraded throughout her life through a dedicated maintenance programme. She joins the market fresh from an interior, mechanical, and audio-visual refit completed in 2019 followed by a full paint job, new teak decks, and new generators in 2021/2022.
An interior in gloss walnut wood accommodates 10 guests in five cabins comprising a main deck master suite and four doubles, all with entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
The main saloon is home to an L-shaped sofa to port and a sit-up bar to starboard with an old ship's wheel mounted to the front. Natural light floods in from large windows that run the length of the saloon, while a dining table forward seats eight.
Outdoors, the aft deck seats 10 guests comfortably around a table in gloss teak with driftwood inlays. Drinks are close to hand at a bar with a fridge and ice maker, and there is a 42 inch television screen recessed on a lift in the ceiling.
Up on the flybridge, more al fresco entertainment is on offer at two bar areas and a large L-shaped settee seating 10 guests for meals straight from the nearby barbecue grill.
Twin Caterpillar C-32 engines allow a cruising speed of 18 knots, topping out at 21 knots.
High Rise is asking $4,950,000.