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27m Johnson motor yacht Sixty Six sold in four days

17 July 2023 • Written by Nick Jeffery

The 26.5-metre motor yacht Sixty Six has been sold, just four days after coming onto the market, with Chad Pordes and Carl Sputh of Northrop & Johnson representing the sellers and Kent Chamberlain of Chamberlain Yachts introducing the buyer.

Built of GRP in Taiwan by Johnson Yachts in 2003, the raised pilothouse yacht was designed throughout by British naval architect Bill Dixon.

Sixty Six was asking $1,975,000.

She accommodates eight guests in four cabins, including a full-beam master cabin on the main deck with 180-degree views forward through a semi-circle of windows, and an open-plan, lower-level shower room. There is also a VIP, a double and a twin cabin on the lower deck, plus quarters for four crew aft.

Sixty Six's saloon sports large windows, a bar and a dining area forward, with seating for eight and a television. High gloss cherry woodwork is evident throughout, complemented by light, soft furnishings. Deckheads feature mirrored panels, making spaces feel larger.

On the aft deck is a dining area and wrap-around seating, while the sundeck/flybridge, which can be enclosed, features a wet bar and another al fresco dining table. Teak walkaround decks lead to the foredeck, which offers a large sun pad.

The 109GT yacht for sale has a top speed of 23 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots, under twin MTU engines, with a range of 1,000 nautical miles.

Sixty Six was asking $1,975,000.

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Johnson Yachts   26.52 m •  2003

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