The 31 metre motor yacht Highline has been sold by Justin Nystedt of Denison Yachting, while Victoria Ojeda of Florida Yachts International introduced the buyer.
Formerly known as AP she was built with an aluminium hull and composite superstructure by Australian yard Oceanfast to a design by Phil Curran and delivered in 1989. In 2012 she had a full refit and was repowered with new engines.
Her interior, by the late Jon Bannenberg, features a relaxing decor in shades of white and light blue accommodating six guests in three cabins.
These consist of a master suite and two twins, all with entertainment centres, Samsung television screens and en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for up to five crew.
The main saloon is dominated by a large, plush circular settee and has a bar, games table and an entertainment centre. Plentiful natural light is provided by an array of large windows.
Forward sits a unique dining area for up to six guests with panoramic views, while aft is a fully equipped galley.
Al fresco entertaining is readily available on the aft deck and up on the flybridge which offers guests built-in upholstered bench seating, an electric grill, bar and hot tub.
A shallow draft of only one metre makes her ideal for cruising in The Bahamas and her twin MTU 12V 2000 diesel engines linked to KaMeWa water jet drives allow a cruising speed of 22 knots topping out at 27.5 knots.
Highline was asking $1,659,000.