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Hatteras motor yacht Good Times sold

Hatteras motor yacht Good Times sold

The 34.7 metre motor yacht Good Times, listed for sale by Bob Cury at RJC Yacht Sales, has been sold in an in-house deal.

Built in GRP by US yard Hatteras to a design by Jack Hargrave and delivered in 1995, Good Times has full walk-around decks and accommodates eight guests in four well-appointed cabins with en suite bathroom facilities, plus crew quarters forward for up to five staff.

Additional amenities include a large main saloon, dining area, gourmet galley and a large air conditioned aft deck. In addition her oversized flybridge features a Jacuzzi, wet bar, barbecue grill and water toys. Repowered with DDC/MTU 16V-2000's in 2000, she cruises comfortably at 17 knots while providing a 22 knot top speed.

She completed an $800,000 refit in 2010/11 which included new carpeting, soft goods throughout, new air conditioning compressors and handlers, two new 2400 GPD watermakers, updated electronics with new radar, plotters, searchlights, re-conditioned davit, Recaro helm chair and new exterior cushions and canvas.

In 2011 and 2012, a new custom Pipewelders hard top was installed, along with all new LED exterior lighting, a new custom flybridge wet bar, new teak funiture, and new Novurania tender, and new aft deck furniture. In 2013, additional upgrades included new Naiad Multi-Sea stabilizers, new galley appliances, dive compressor and WiFi internet access throughout. In 2015 she had a further $1 million refit.

Good Times was asking $2,895,000 and will be renamed Escape.

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