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RJC Yachts sells Broward motor yacht Chasing Daylight

More sales news from Bob Cury at RJC Yachts as he and Raymond Young close on the sale of the 33m motor yacht Chasing Daylight in an in-house sale.

Chasing Daylight is a highly customised Broward 108 from 1998 featuring a four stateroom layout with birdseye maple joinery designed by Pavlik Interiors. The master suite is full width and is situated amidships while there is also a double VIP stateroom and port and starboard twin cabins.

All staterooms are en suite. Main deck features include a main saloon and formal dining along with an oversized gourmet galley and spacious aft deck. Aft crew accommodation offers berths for three plus a crew galley. The flybridge has wing stations, matching sun loungers, wet bar, barbecue grill, and additional alfreso dining space.

Water toys include an 18' Nautica tender and two Yamaha WaveRunners. Chasing Daylight is powered by twin Caterpillar 3412 engines with 7,000 gallons of fuel for extended range. Additional large yacht options are Niaid stabilisers, twin 55kW Northern Light gensets, a bow thruster and two water makers.

Chasing Daylight will be renamed Lucky Stars.

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