Jonathan Browne at Power to Sail tells me he's closed on the sale of the 24m motor yacht Seamrog with Marine Marketing in Greece bringing the buyer.
Browne goes on to explain that the word Seamrog is Irish Gaelic for Shamrock, which gives a strong hint as to the seller's nationality. Seamrog is a Ferretti 761 model built in composite in 2005. Interiors in soft cream with high-gloss walnut wood accents enhance the yacht's sense of stylish comfort, and she accommodates eight guests in four staterooms, all with en suite bathrooms. The master suite has Ferretti's signature large windows offering outstanding sea views.
The aft deck has a bench seat and a table for al fresco dining while the flybridge has a barbecue, wet bar and a fridge along with a crane to load and unload a jet ski. Always privately used, Seamrog has two 1,800hp MTU engines giving a cruising speed of 28 knots, and they have logged only 610 hours.
Seamrog was asking €1.35 million.