Royal Huisman Motor Yacht Salt Dancer Sold
by Malcolm Maclean
The 37.5 metre flybridge motor yacht Salt Dancer, listed for sale by Justin Nystedt at Denison Yachting, has been sold in-house with the buyer introduced by Kit Denison.
Designed by De Vries Lentsch, she was built in aluminium by Dutch superyacht yard Royal Huisman and launched in 1985. A thorough refit in 2009 meant a rebuild of much of her major equipment, with modern electronic and navigation systems installed.
Accommodation in light wood panelling with mahogany accents is for 10 guests in five cabins. The master suite is full beam with a queen size bed and an en suite with double sinks, a bidet and spa pool. The VIP suite is also full beam and has a king size bed that can be split into twins. The remaining cabins are double bedded, and all have en suite bathroom facilities. An additional two cabins sleep five crew.
A large open aft main deck is sheltered by the overhang of the boat deck above and offers al fresco dining in eight wicker armchairs. This leads into the main saloon furnished in neutral tones and panelling in striped African mahogany. This area, with a wet bar, fridge and ice maker, is perfect for entertaining. Moving forward, the formal dining saloon offers panoramic views from three sides and an oval mahogany table seats up to ten guests.
Twin 1,090hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 2,150 nautical miles.
Salt Dancer was asking $895,000.