The 32 metre motor yacht Polly, listed for sale by Mark Elliott at IYC, has been sold in an in-house deal.
Built in GRP by UK yard Sunseeker International to a design by Don Shead, Polly was delivered in 2002 as a Sunseeker Manhattan 105 model. A luxurious interior is by Ken Freivokh and Polly's main saloon features high gloss cherry wood panelling, a formal dining area, a bar and a comfortable seating area with a flatscreen television. The full-beam aft deck is fitted out as a dining area for taking meals al fresco.
She sleeps up to ten guests in a four-cabin layout including a spacious master suite that boasts a sitting area and desk and a split-level en-suite bathroom with a large Jacuzzi. Guests are accommodated in a queen sized bed VIP suite and two twin cabins, plus a Pullman berth in each for additional guests, and each guest cabin has its own en-suite bathroom.
Designed for outdoor living, she has an expansive upper deck with partially shaded areas including large L-shaped loungers and tables that can accommodate up to 12 guests, plus a bar area and a Jacuzzi. She also has large sunpads on the bow for sunbathing, and all the way aft the large swim platform makes it easy to get in and out of the water or access the tenders or the water toys.
Polly's claim to fame is that she acted as host vessel for the G20 Summit held in Mexico in 2012 and is a charter favourite with many celebrities in the music and film industry as well as some major US sports stars.
Polly was asking $2,200,000.