Built by Nordlund and launched in 1994, she was most recently refitted in 2019.
Both the hull and superstructure of Patience were constructed in GRP. Custom built for owner-operators, she offers a range of features that have been designed for easy maintenance. However, she does also offer large captain’s quarters and accommodation for two crew members should a new owner wish to employ crew.
She boasts an inviting country kitchen that incorporates a relaxed dining area with a flatscreen television and large storage areas. Guest accommodation is for eight split across four well-proportioned double cabins. The yacht’s interior boasts beautifully finished woodwork with neutral-toned fittings and plenty of space for relaxing, dining and entertaining in comfort.
With the owner-operator spending much of his time on the flybridge, this is an ideal area for simultaneously relaxing with guests and captaining the yacht, offering a large seating area and Jacuzzi. The spacious aft deck is also well equipped for entertaining with a barbecue and a comfortable seating area.
Powered by twin 1,530hp Caterpillar engines, Patience can reach a top speed of 26 knots with a cruising speed of 23 knots.
With a beam of 6.25 metres and a draught of just 1.7 metres, Patience is ideal for cruising in the shallow waters of the Bahamas and Caribbean and has never been chartered.
Patience was asking $1,899,000.