The 24.3 metre motor yacht Sweet Emily, listed for sale by Dave Hofmann at H&H Marine, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Skip Denison at Denison Yachting.
Built in GRP by Offshore Yachts to a design by William Crealock, Sweet Emily was delivered in 2012. Accommodation is for six guests in three cabins consisting of a master suite with a king sized bed, a double with a queen sized bed and a twin, all with entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
The main saloon has satin finished joinery and solid wood crown moulding, a custom settee on the starboard side, an entertainment system including a 42-inch LCD television screen on a rise and fall mechanism and a Polk audio system. Forward in the dining area, there is a custom table with a pedestal base and a built-in settee, a bar with a granite top, fridge, freezer and storage drawers for crockery, cutlery and glassware. Both the dining and lounge areas benefit from large windows with low sills enabling sit down visibility to the views outside.
The aft deck is accessed from the saloon through stainless steel and glass doors, offering al fresco dining on moulded and upholstered seating, two tables with pedestal bases, a sink and a fridge. Up on the pilothouse are two Stidd helm chairs, further comfortable seating, tables, a fridge and two Gaggenau stainless steel grills. Twin 1,400hp MAN diesel engines enable a cruising speed of 17 knots and she is fitted with ABT Trac zero speed stabilisers.
Sweet Emily was asking $3,099,000.