Price cut on Alloy sailing yacht Seaquell
by Malcolm Maclean
The 32.92 metre sailing yacht Seaquell, listed for sale by Thom Conboy and Michael Bach at Ocean Independence, has had a $250,000 price reduction.
Designed by Dubois Naval Architects and built in aluminium by New Zealand yard Alloy Yachts with delivery in 1992, this superyacht's Trish McKay interior accommodates six guests in a master suite, double and twin cabin and the master has an en suite bathroom. In addition, two crew cabins forward provide berths and private areas for up to five crew.
The saloon offers a 360 degree view of the horizon with comfortable seating for guests as well as an interior steering station and navigation system. Forward of the helm station and below is the main saloon. This light and generously furnished area has been renewed by her current owner and the entertainment centre holds a vast library of music and videos to entertain guests.
Forward of the helm station is a comfortable centre cockpit which provides an ideal venue for al fresco entertainment and dining, or an excellent vantage point for guests to observe the sailing action while under way.
On the flybridge of this yacht for sale, guests can relax on the sun pads or enjoy dining outdoors under the stars at a table able to accommodate eight guests.
One of the most exceptional features of Seaquell is a Jacuzzi located on the aft deck, one of only a few sailing yachts with this special feature. Refitted and upgraded several times under her current owner, she is now in showcase condition.
On display at the Fort Lauderdale boat show, Seaquell is now asking $4,350,000.