A call to Gregg Child in the Fort Lauderdale office of Northrop and Johnson confirms that he acted for the seller in the recent sale of Offshore’s 24.3m Miss Penny, built in 2004. Gregg says that she’s unusual in that she has three full-width cabins sleeping six guests and also, originally capable of 16 knots cruising speed, her owner re-engineered her props to give her a more economical speed of 11.5 knots. Chris Murray of Offshore West in Newport Beach represented the buyer.
Miss Penny sold by Offshore West and Northrop and Johnson
15 April 2009• Written by Malcolm MacLean