The 39 metre Palmer Johnson tri-deck motor yacht Aphrodite, previously Kimberly, listed for sale by Todd Rittenhouse, Kevin Merrigan and Wes Sanford at Northrop & Johnson has had a further price drop of $1,800,000 and is now asking $3,950,000.
Built in aluminium by US yard Palmer Johnson to a design by Vripack, she was delivered in 2000 and refitted several times since, most recently in 2021 when her hull was repainted. An interior in warm cherrywood accommodates up to ten guests in five cabins comprising a full-beam master suite, VIP suite, double and a twin, all with Samsung television screens and en suite bathroom facilities. A separate en suite office also serves as a cabin for two guests.
The full-beam main saloon has a bar to starboard and two large sofas to port, with coffee tables, while a formal dining area occupies the forward space. The sky lounge, located just aft of the pilothouse, is a large volume space with a massive L-shaped sofa, 80-inch television screen, a large bar and a dedicated exercise area. Aft of the sky lounge is the boat deck, featuring a U-shaped settee with two different sets of varnished teak tables and a built-in barbecue grill.
The sundeck of this yacht for sale is located just above the boat deck and offers a Jacuzzi, two large sun pads and plenty of space for deck chairs. Her top speed is 18 knots and her power comes from two 1,800hp MTU 16V2000M90 diesel engines.
Aphrodite is now asking $3,950,000.