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Palmer Johnson motor yacht Grey Matters sold

The 45.72 metre motor yacht Grey Matters, jointly listed for sale by SuperYachtsMonaco and Worth Avenue Yachts, has been sold with Steve Doyle at Cambridge Yacht Group introducing the buyer.

With naval architecture by Donald Blount, she was built in aluminium by US yard Palmer Johnson to Lloyds and MCA class with an exterior and interior design by Nuvolari Lenard, and delivered in 2007. She subsequently had a major refit in 2014/2015 including a full paint job. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite, a double and two twin cabins, each with a Pullman berth, and all cabins have en suite bathroom facilities

The saloon is decorated in a rich palette of chocolate and cream colours and has comfortable U-shaped seating on large settees, a bar and an entertainment centre including a 78 inch flat screen television. Forward is a formal dining area seating 10 guests and there is WiFi internet access throughout the yacht.

Outdoor life is a breeze on a newly designed open sundeck offering a spa, barbecue, wet bar and an air conditioned seating area.

Grey Matters comes complete with a fine collection of water toys including a 30' Scorpion chase boat, two jet skis, three SeaBobs, snorkeling gear and a range of towables including water skis.

Twin 3,650hp MTU diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 22 knots and she is eminently stable, fitted with Quantum zero speed stabilizers and three Seakeeper gyroscopic units.

Grey Matters was asking €14 million.

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