The 32.61 metre motor yacht Victoria, listed for sale by Bill Titus at Northrop & Johnson, has been sold with Rick Christensen at Seacoast Yachts introducing the buyer.
Built in GRP by US yard Hatteras to a design by Jack Hargrave, Victoria was delivered in 1991 and her most recent refit in 2011 saw over $1.6 million spent on mechanical upgrades, new exterior paint and an all-new audio/visual system. Accommodation is for eight guests in six cabins comprising a master suite, VIP suite, a double and a twin, all with entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities. A further three cabins can sleep up to five crewmembers.
The main saloon is contemporary in design and features opposing couches upholstered in earth tones to port and starboard with matching coffee tables. Windows and door frames are finished in a warm cherry stain and low-sill windows make this space bright and inviting. At the forward end of the main saloon is a semi-enclosed dining area, separated from the lounge area by modern columns, which are on either side of an aft-facing entertainment centre including a large television screen.
The sheltered aft deck has built-in upholstered seating and a table for al fresco dining, while up on the flybridge is ample seating for up to 12 guests, a Jacuzzi, barbecue grill, fridge and ice maker sheltered by a Bimini top.
Twin 2,200hp MTU diesel engines give her a range of 2,900 nautical miles and she is fitted with Naiad zero-speed stabilisers.
Victoria was asking $895,000.