The 29.26 metre motor yacht Medora has been listed for sale by Josh Gulbranson at Fraser.
Built in Kevlar/epoxy composite by US yard New England Boatworks to a design by C. Raymond Hunt, Medora was delivered in 2003, specifically designed to cruise and explore the shallow waters of the Bahamas, with her most recent refit in 2020. A rich interior by Candace Langan, with hand rubbed satin varnished teak and cream leather upholstery, accommodates eight guests in four cabins comprising a master suite, VIP suite and two twins, all with full en suite bathroom facilities.
In the main saloon, there are large exterior glass windows and comfortable built-in teak and leather settees to port and starboard. Forward of the seating area is a large central cabinet which houses a television screen, bar, refrigerator, and a china service for the formal dining table. The dining area is next forward with a formal table seating eight comfortably and there is a U-shaped bench seating area forward of the dining area. This forward area makes for a handy studio or office space.
On the upper deck is a well laid-out helm console with three comfortable Stidd seats, a large functional chart table and communication centre/office. Aft of the wheelhouse is an al fresco seating banquette with bench seating while to starboard is a sink and wet bar. Her top speed is 28 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 840 nautical miles at 22 knots with power coming from two 1,440hp Caterpillar 3412-E diesel engines.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Medora is asking $2,900,000.