After returning to the market in February 2022, the 46 metre Richmond motor yacht Catching Moments has been sold by Chris Daves at Denison Yachting with Glynn Smith at Ethereal Yachting introducing the buyer.
Built by Canadian yard Richmond Yachts to ABS class, this tri-deck motor yacht's exterior styling is by Ward Setzer working in conjunction with the yard and she was delivered in 2013. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in a six-cabin layout plus crew quarters for a staff of up to eight people. The guest accommodation is configured as a full-beam main deck master suite, VIP suite, three doubles with queen sized beds and a twin cabin, all with full en-suite bathroom facilities.
A custom Pavlik Design Team interior features book-matched mahogany joinery with sapele and pomele inlays throughout. Custom stonework in marble, granite and onyx add to the finish throughout while crown mouldings complement the woodwork. In the saloon, an entertainment centre including a pop-up 50-inch television screen separates the dining area from the lounge.
Guests may dine at a custom mahogany table seating 12 under a Murano glass chandelier, with sapele and pomele woods used on the custom china and crystal storage cabinet.The flybridge is geared towards outdoor entertaining and relaxation, complete with a Jacuzzi and sun pads forward, a bar shaded by the radar arch and a 46-inch television screen.
Catching Moments is equipped with all of the usual large yacht options including 80KW Caterpillar generators, Quantum zero-speed stabilisers and bow thruster, two Sea Recovery 1800 GPD watermakers, Atlas shore power converter, Alfa Laval centrifuge and a touch-and-go helipad.
Twin Caterpillar C-32 diesel engines power her to a top speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots.
Catching Moments was asking $15,000,000.