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Marlow motor yacht St Somewhere sold

Marlow motor yacht St Somewhere sold

The 25.25 metre explorer yacht St Somewhere, listed for sale by Mark Elliott at IYC, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Bobby Stotler at Stotler Yachts.

Built in GRP by Marlow Yachts to an in-house design, St Somewhere was delivered in 2006 and is fresh from a 2017 refit. Her interior in satin-finished teak and ebony accommodates up to up to ten guests in four cabins comprising a full-beam master suite, VIP suite and two twins plus two Pullman berths, all with entertainment centres, flatscreen Samsung televisions and en-suite bathroom facilities. There are also crew quarters for two staff.

The main saloon in teak and holly is open plan, with clear views through to the pilot house windows forward. The aft lounge area has built-in U-shaped seating facing an entertainment centre including a large flatscreen television and a surround-sound system. Forward, the dining table seats up to eight guests and a major plus is the fact that it can be moved to the aft deck, offering expanded al fresco dining amenities.

The flybridge has twin helm chairs with a full set of instruments and seating aft for large groups of guests to enjoy wining and dining, catered for by a drinks fridge and a barbecue grill. Twin 1,000hp MTU diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 10 knots, topping out at 18 knots.

St Somewhere was asking $1,700,000.

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