The 32 metre Northstar motor yacht Huey's Island has been sold by Bob Cury and George Bittles of RJC Yacht Sales, while Ron Silvia of Jefferson Beach Yacht Sales represented the buyer.
Built in GRP by US yard Northstar Yachts to a design by Jack Sarin, she was delivered in 2004. She accommodates eight guests in four staterooms plus crew quarters. Her satin finished cherry joinery runs throughout the vessel and is complemented with an eclectic interior including granite surfaces and high-quality soft goods.
Her full-beam design enables boarding from the aft deck or forward in the galley area and she boasts an open layout with a large saloon, a full-service bar and formal dining area. A day-head amidship and staircases lead below decks to the guest accommodation and above to the pilothouse and skylounge.
Owner and guest accommodation is forward of the machinery space and includes a king master suite with his and her baths, two queen VIP suites with private heads and a third cabin with upper and lower berths and a private head.
A 2021 refit saw the yacht updated with all new LED lighting, teak decks, upgraded electronics package and new A/V equipment alongside a bottom job and underwater lights. She is powered by twin Caterpillar 3412 diesel engines with a cruising speed of 16 knots, topping out at 20 knots.
Elsewhere, Huey's Island boasts Northern Lights 55KW Generators, Naiad stabilisers, a bow thruster, Aqua Whisper 1,800 GPD Watermakers and 19' AB Tender.
Huey's Island was asking $3,995,000.