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Merle Wood sells Brooke Yacht Deep Blue

Merle Wood sells Brooke Yacht Deep Blue

And it's another sale now as John Jacobi at Merle Wood & Associates acts for both buyer and seller in the sale of the 36m motor yacht Deep Blue.

Deep Blue was built by UK superyacht yard Brooke Yachts to a design by Don Shead and was launched as White Rose of Drachs in 1988 with an extensive refit in 2012. A popular gathering spot is her spacious flybridge with comfortable sofas, wicker furniture and sun loungers. Accommodation is for eight guests in four staterooms including a main-deck master suite finished in cool blue pastel fabrics on the walls, while below decks there is a full beam VIP and two twin staterooms, all with en suite bathrooms.

Deep Blue‘s main saloon has maple hardwood floors and is decorated in cream, beige and pastel shades. The yacht is furnished with new electronic and entertainment systems throughout following her refit. The aft deck, which can be fully enclosed in poor weather, is ideal for alfresco dining and leads down to the swimming platform.

Deep Blue was asking $1,450,000.

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