The 62.5-metre superyacht Party Girl has been sold with Jim McConville at Merle Wood & Associates representing the seller and Robert Blake of Preferred Marine Sales represented the buyer.
Built in steel and aluminium, the six-deck yacht was delivered by Dutch yard Icon Yachts in 2013. Redman Whiteley Dixon – now RWD – designed the exterior of the vessel, while Cristiano Gatto handled the interiors.
Accommodation is for up to 17 guests in eight staterooms with additional quarters for a crew of 18 in nine cabins. The main deck master suite includes a private staircase up to a panoramic master lounge that can also be used as a VIP suite. This area has wing doors to port and starboard, giving access to a private seating area on the foredeck.
Party Girl's main saloon is 17 metres long and designed for entertaining. A special feature in the saloon's dining area is the wine cellar with glass panels created by a Venetian artisan. In the same room, there is also a custom Tappeto Volante ceiling lamp from Venini stretching seven metres in length.
An immense portoro marble slab is installed in Party Girl's main deck lobby, while the stairs that run through the four interior decks are covered with leather produced by craftsmen from Turin. All marbles were selected directly from quarries, with particular attention given to the desert stone that is treated with a special natural finishing.
Solid ebony, leather and carpets feature in the flooring in the owner areas. Rare materials such as parchment have been used to cover the deckheads and the bulkheads in the saloons, while custom leather was used to produce all Venetian blinds and interlaced leather details on the walls.
The beachclub, with an enclosed gymnasium, is one of the largest of any yachts in this class, extending out from the lower deck lobby to a large aft platform, where tenders can be boarded. A large twin-hatched garage forward contains the tenders and toys.
The 1,226GT yacht has a cruising speed of 14 knots and a top speed of 16 knots under its twin 2,480hp MTU diesel engines.
Party Girl was asking $52,500,000.