The 24.8-metre motor yacht Big Mama has joined the market with Martin Holmes of Northrop & Johnson.
Big Mama accommodates seven guests in four cabins, comprising a king-sized master suite, a VIP cabin and a twin cabin, with a fourth cabin, set up as an office, concealing a Pullman berth in its aft bulkhead. The interior is described by the broker as "unique and modern".
The well-appointed galley and main saloon are entered via "electronic sliding glass doors", the saloon area being positioned forward and offering guests a custom sofa with ottoman to starboard and a chaise longue to port and "a large rug tying everything together". A large television is hidden in the ceiling and is connected to the navigation equipment, should guests wish to view charts and cruising information.
Big Mama's upper saloon is furnished with a white leather sofa, conveniently close to the wet bar. The enclosed flybridge, with commanding views, sports three helmseats abreast as well as a sofa and electrically opening side windows and sunroof. A teak-laid swim platform at the stern, large enough to stow a tender, is used for embarking the watertoys and the garage – fitted with Fusion sound system – is accessible through the transom hatch.
The 78GT yacht for sale has a maximum speed of 31 knots, cruising speed of 24 knots and a range of 506 nautical miles. She is powered by twin 1,800hp MAN diesels and benefits from Humphree active fin stabilisers.
Big Mama is asking $4,150,000.