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RJC Yachts sells Horizon motor yacht Debbie Lou

Bob Cury at RJC Yachts tells me he acted for both buyer and seller in today's sale of the 25.9m Horizon Yachts skylounge motor yacht, Debbie Lou.

Built in 2006 and delivered in 2007 by Horizon Yachts, Cury says she was most highly customized 85-foot Horizon on the market. Debbie Lou features a four-stateroom layout for eight guests in a master suite, two double staterooms and a twin cabin, plus two crew aft. She has a large main saloon/dining area with ample seating and a 50-inch Pioneer flat screen TV with an upgraded Bose LS48 audio system and a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen. Her cruising speed is 18 knots and a maximum speed of 22 knots comes courtesy of twin 1,825hp Caterpillar engines with an extended warranty to 2017.

The enclosed sky lounge has a centreline helm station with holly flooring and upgraded electronics, while aft is a carpeted area with raised seating for six to eight guests, a cocktail bar and a pop-up 50-inch television. The expansive aft deck has bench seating and an oversized teak table for al fresco dining. A few steps down is the hydraulic swim platform with a hot and cold shower and underwater lights. Additional features include ABT zero speed stabilisers, ABT bow and stern thruster, twin Kohler 32KW generators and a watermaker.

Debbie Lou was asking $3.35 million and will be renamed Nine Stars.

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