The 45.7 metre fast motor yacht Stealth is new to the brokerage market with Christian Bakewell of Burgess.
Built in aluminium and delivered in 2010 by Palmer Johnson in the USA, she has a powerful deep V planing hull by naval architect Donald L. Blount. She is capable of 27 knots and has a suitably racy profile by Nuvolari Lenard, who also designed the interior. She is one of Palmer Johnson's 150 Sport Series.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five well-appointed cabins. This includes a main deck owner's suite with a private study. Wide-planked wooden soles and light veneers are complemented by earth-toned soft furnishings, all renewed during a 2021-2022 refit which also included AV/IT systems overhaul, mechanical upgrades and a full exterior repaint.
Folding balconies and full height windows either side of the dining area make for a light and airy indoor dining experience. Al fresco dining is possible up top, with the bar, Jacuzzi and sunpads tempting guests to relax.
A shallow draft of 1.8 metres makes the 395GT yacht for sale ideally suited to cruising the Bahamas. Range is 1,500 nautical miles at 12 knots and she cruises at a steady 20 knots under her twin 3,650hp MTU engines.
Zero-speed stabilisers promise a comfortable experience a sea, and she benefits from a watertoy docking platform that is accessible from the aft deck via twin stairs and the swimming platform.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, USA, Stealth is asking $13,450,000 (US duty paid).