Price of luxury yacht Betsye reduced by Northrop & Johnson and Bradford Marine

The price of the 25 metre luxury yacht Betsye has been reduced to $1,300,000 by co-agents Northrop & Johnson and Bradford Marine Yacht Sales.

Built by Horizon for an experienced yachtsman and launched in 2000, the 25 metre luxury yacht has been reduced in price by €175,000. She was designed to offer practicality, performance and comfort in her flowing expansive living areas. Six guests can be accommodated in three spacious staterooms with en suite bathroom facilities. The owner’s stateroom en suite bathroom features his-and-hers baths. Crew accommodation has direct engine room access and includes a two berth cabin and double berth captain’s cabin.

She has been extensively upgraded since her launch – the current owner recently redecorated her interior with high-end designer fabrics, lamps, window treatments and décor.

With a 6.10 metre beam and 2.06 metre draft, Betsye features a large covered aft deck that leads to an expansive swimming platform. She also has full walk-around side decks with bulwarks and teak cap rails. Curved stairways from the aft deck provide easy access to the upper deck and its forward skylounge.

Power comes from twin 1,400hp Caterpillar engines which provide a cruising speed of 20 knots and can reach a top speed of 23 knots. Her fuel capacity is 8,517 litres. Betsye is currently lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.