Previously named Mimi’s Magic, Playtime was built in GRP by the Taiwanese yard to a design by Ed Monk Jr. Originally delivered in 2015 as an OA 85 model, she offers accommodation for eight guests split across four lower deck cabins, including a master suite amidships, a twin, double, and a VIP suite in the bow.
All guest cabins have entertainment centres, LCD television screens and en suite bathroom facilities while her crew quarters allow for a staff of three.
Her main aft deck features built-in bench seating and three folding deckchairs, which provide an al fresco dining option for light meals around a curved wooden table. All exterior soft goods have been renewed in 2022.
Moving inside through sliding glass doors, her saloon boasts a large L-shaped sofa and two armchairs, a full wet bar and an entertainment centre including a 46-inch LCD television screen. Further forward and the wheelhouse is open-plan with an adjacent seating area, dinette and a country-kitchen style galley.
Guests can relax on the large convertible flybridge, with its C-shaped wrap of seating, full bar, electric barbecue grill and twin sun pads. This entire area can be enclosed and air-conditioned if so desired.
Twin 1,622hp Caterpillar C-32 Acert’s offer a top speed of 24 knots and are still under extended warranty.
Playtime is asking $4,625,995.