Platinum 120 superyacht Liquidity

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Former Olympic 'floating hotel' Liquidity sold

12 January 2022 • Written by Olivia Michel

The 36.57 motor yacht Liquidity has been sold, with the buyer represented by Jeff Stanley of Gilman Yachts and Reed Nicol of TheOne Marine Group representing the seller.

Built in fibreglass by Canadian shipyard Platinum and delivered in 2009, Liquidity was originally constructed as a luxurious floating hotel intended for couples’ accommodation during the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver. However, the build was paused due to financial reasons. Her last owner purchased Liquidity in 2016 and oversaw a number of upgrades to the interior and exterior with chartering in mind.

Accommodation on board Liquidity consists of five guest cabins and three crew cabins. Her classic-style interiors are finished in dark wood panelling and boast a country-style galley, a cocktail bar and a media room for movie nights complete with a brand new 85' flatscreen TV. Other tech upgrades include a new 30,000W 54-speaker sound system and an advanced WIFI system worth $80,000 for taking care of business on board.

A highlight on board Liquidity is the large hot tub on the bow which offers uninterrupted views out to sea. Other outdoor features include an al fresco lounge area on the aft deck complete with a small wet bar for enjoying meals or drinks on deck in warmer weather. There is also ample storage for water toys and tenders.

Powered by twin Caterpillar C18 1001hp engines, Liquidity can reach a top speed of 17 knots and cruises comfortably around 11 knots.

Lying in Fort Lauderdale, US, Liquidity was asking US$3,695,000.

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