The raised pilothouse model was built in GRP in Taiwan by Hargrave Custom Yachts and delivered in 2016. She was refitted in 2021 and received a number of modifications and maintenance works in 2022 before joining the brokerage market.
Seas the Day is finished in high gloss walnut and zebra wood with a custom Greek key ceiling inlay and white Calcutta marble surfaces. Accommodation is for eight guests in four suites, including a master cabin and VIP suite, with provision for a crew of five. White deckheads, cream-upholstered sofas and armchairs, together with light carpets, serve to contrast the deep wooden tones throughout for a warm and homely interior.
A formal dining table is located forward in an open-plan saloon and comfortably seats the full party of eight, though the social centre on board is the flybridge, which can host as many as 24 guests.
The flybridge houses a cooking area, a teak bar with bar stools and a Jacuzzi. A large hardtop provides shade and dining tables that convert to cocktail tables can make the deck work for intimate gatherings or larger parties.
The aft deck, with its wet bar, fridge and icemaker, also has a large ten-seater dining table. It is finished in gloss teak with driftwood inlays with refreshments run from a country-style island galley.
Seas the Day is powered by twin 1,800 hp Caterpillar C32A engines, providing a maximum speed of 23 knots and cruising speed of 20 knots. The former yacht for sale also benefits from zero speed stabilizers for maximum comfort at rest. She was designed by naval architects J.B.Hargrave Yacht Design with an interior by American designer Shelley.
Seas the Day was asking $5,475,000.