With naval architecture by Vripack, Dumb Luck was built in aluminium by US superyacht yard Palmer Johnson to Lloyd's class and MCA standards, and launched in 2004 with a complete repaint and mechanical refit in 2018. Her interior is in rich teak panelling, with a light and relaxed ambiance throughout. The main saloon features loose furniture in an informal setting with a cream-coloured headliner.
Dumb Luck accommodates up to 12 guests in five cabins including a full-beam master suite on the main deck with a private study. Below, there are two doubles aft with king sized beds while forward are two twins that can also serve as queen sized doubles and one can be converted into a four-berth cabin for children.
The full-beam skylounge features comfortable sofas and chairs with custom-made ottomans, all upholstered in the soft blue hues — a colour-scheme that is echoed throughout this yacht. A 50-inch HD television with a Sonos sound system and Roku movie provider make this an ideal place to catch up on the latest offerings from Hollywood and there is also a full wet bar with four bar stools.
The sundeck of Dumb Luck is the ideal location for al fresco entertaining and dining. A shaded bar area is situated amidships with comfortable seating adjacent, and there is also a guest head, barbecue and ample fridge space. A spa pool lies forward with sun pads and a built-in sofa opposite.
Twin 1,050hp Caterpillar engines (rebuilt in 2014) give her a cruising range of 3,600 nautical miles and she is fitted with Quantum zero speed stabilisers.
Dumb Luck was asking $9,950,000.
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