Four Jacks is the third hull in Palmer Johnson's PJ150 series of semi-custom performance motor yachts, with sisterships including Hokulani and Andiamo. Built in aluminium and delivered in 2008, she is Lloyd's classed and MCA compliant with only one owner since new, also benefiting from a refit this year. The broker pointed out that she has just completed her 15-year class survey.
A sporty profile by Nuvolari Lenard takes its cues from automotive design and the studio was also appointed to style her rich interiors. Pops of red and chocolate leathers and a host of exotic woods feature throughout the vessel.
A five-cabin layout sleeps a total of 12 guests with a master suite on the main deck with a super-king-sized berth and a walk-in wardrobe. The remaining guest accommodation can be found on the lower deck comprised of two convertible twin cabins, each equipped with a Pullman berth, and two doubles.
Sliding doors from the aft deck lead to the main saloon with an L-shaped sofa that sits opposite a bar and wine cooler, and dining area forward. Port and starboard balconies feature on either side of the dining space and are accessed through two pantograph doors forward, while floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space with natural light and offer sea views from every angle.
A shaded sun deck features a large lounging area in the centre with loose sun loungers and a circular spa pool aft. Forward, sitting above the wheelhouse, is a raised observation lounge. Further sun lounging options can be found at the bow with a supersized sun pad, as well as on the main deck, free from the shade of the overhang.
Power comes from two MTU 16V M90 engines delivering a top speed of 28 knots, a cruising speed of 20 knots and a range of 1,450 nautical miles. A 1.9-metre draft allows this 395GT yacht for sale to access hard-to-reach anchorages while Gyro and ABT Trac stabilisers keep her steady both at anchor and underway.
Four Jacks is now asking $12,900,000. She will be on display at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.