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Hatteras sportfish yacht Aquaholic sold

The 25 metre sportfish motor yacht Aquaholic, listed for sale by Steve Moynihan at HMY, is sold with The Marine Group acting for the buyer.

Built in GRP by US yard Hatteras, Aquaholic was delivered in 1996 and until now has had only two owners since new. The original owner kept her for over 10 years during which time he repowered her with the MTU 16V2000 engines. Sold to her current owner in December 2006, she was treated to a thorough refit at that time, and a new interior was installed. In 2013 a complete Awlgrip paint application was completed and new flexteak decks were installed. She has been maintained by a professional crew, and has enjoyed light family use.

Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins. The full beam master suite with custom port lights has a large tub and shower while the forward cabin features a queen berth. The starboard quest cabin offers a walk around queen berth and the port guest cabin has twin lower berths that can convert to a queen berth.

The enclosed flybridge is accessed via the saloon or aft deck. Features include electronically operated Stidd chairs, a wet bar, two very comfortable L-shaped lounges, and a dining table. The upper aft deck features a low profile refrigerator/freezer, barbecue grill, a large seating area, and a full control station.

Aquaholic was asking $1,285,000.

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