Pacific Mariner motor yacht Livy Lou sold

19 June 2019• Written by Malcolm Maclean

The 26 metre motor yacht Livy Lou, listed for sale by Mark Peck at Peck Yachts, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Roy Sea at IYC.

Built in GRP by US yard Pacific Mariner to a design by Gregory C Marshall, she was delivered in 2004 and had a comprehensive interior refit in 2014/2015 giving her new carpets, upholstery, soft goods and wall coverings. A popular charter yacht, she sleeps up to nine guests in four cabins. A full beam master suite amidships features an en suite bathroom with oversized Jacuzzi tub and shower, while two double cabins come with queen-size beds and en suite facilities. There is also a twin cabin with an en suite bath, and all cabins come with individual entertainment systems.

Livy Lou was asking $2,495,000

A warm interior by designers Gonz & Alma features satin cherry wood joinery and neutral colours throughout. The large saloon offers a relaxing lounge area with comfortable seating in front of a state of the art entertainment centre incorporating a home cinema system with a 50 inch television screen. Further forward is a formal dining area with seating for eight guests.

An expansive aft deck and flybridge have full al fresco dining and entertaining facilities including bar areas with ample seating and tables.

Twin 1,500hp MTU diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 20 knots and she is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilisers to minimise roll motion at sea and in port.

Livy Lou was asking $2,495,000.