She was delivered by Hargrave in 2010 with an extensive refit in 2021 and offers guests a spa pool, full service bar, sun pads and a barbecue, plus lounging and casual dining on the sun deck, while a more formal dining setting is offered on the shaded aft deck. Inside the yacht, the air-conditioned main saloon, with its marble-topped wet bar and comfortable settee, is a relaxing escape from the sun as well as a place for formal dining at the circular table seating eight.
An interior by Shelley DiCondia in sapele mahogany sleeps eight guests in four en suite staterooms, all located on the lower deck, and all with televisions operated by Crestron remotes. The master has a king-sized bed and his-and-hers heads separated by a Jacuzzi tub, two further doubles have queen-sized beds, and the fourth cabin is a twin that can convert to a double.
Limitless houses a large flybridge area, offering a number of configurations for lounging and relaxing. Highlights include a wet bar with bar stools and icemaker, a flip-down LED television screen, al fresco dining table, oversized lounging ottomans, and a custom hot tub, with water toy storage and a davit for the launch and recovery of tenders. This space can easily accommodate up to 20 guests.
A pair of Caterpillar C32 diesel engines give her a top speed of 21 knots, a cruising speed of 18 knots and a range of 3,700 nautical miles.
Limitless was asking $5,499,000.