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Sunseeker motor yacht Honey Bear sold

Sunseeker motor yacht Honey Bear sold

The 28 metre motor yacht Honey Bear, listed for sale by Jean Lacombe at Yachts Invest, has been sold in an in-house deal.

Built in GRP by British yard Sunseeker International to a design by Don Shead, Honey Bear was delivered in 2008. Her versatile cabin layout can accommodate up to ten guests in four double cabins or a combination of twins and doubles, each with an en-suite bathroom. All cabins are stylishly decorated in neutral tones, and each has its own television screen and entertainment centre, creating a natural environment for relaxing.

The attractive wooden flooring in the saloon lounge and dining areas gives the yacht a cool, spacious and elegant feel. The tasteful and modern decor throughout provides an elegant setting whether for dining or lounging and includes a state of the art entertainment centre including a large flatscreen television set and a Bose stereo surround sound system.

Outside on the aft deck, a large table provides comfortable al fresco dining for up to ten people and the enlarged galley with extra storage facilities enables the chef to easily cater for groups of this size and more. Meanwhile, the spacious fly bridge provides more than enough room for a relaxed seating area along with a wet bar and plenty of space for lounging in the sun. Twin Caterpillar diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 21 knots topping out at 28 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.

Honey Bear was asking €1,800,000 and is renamed Infinity I.

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