Superyachts Little Paradise and Maverick sold at Yachtzoo

20 December 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

A call to Yachtzoo in Fort Lauderdale over the weekend brings news of the sale of the 31.4m motor yacht Little Paradise with RJC Yachts and the 25.9m sportsfisherman Maverick, with MacGregor Yachts acting for the buyer.

Little Paradise was built by Westbay Sonship in 1999 and this superyacht’s American cherrywood interior sleeps 10 guests in a master, three doubles and one twin. Two DDC/MTU 1350hp engines have low hours on them and she was offered for sale by her original owner asking $3.225 million.

Built by Scarborough Boatworks in 2008, Maverick features a saloon in hand rubbed book-matched teak accented by rich leathers, silk and linen fabrics. Accommodation is for eight guests in a master, VIP and two twin cabins while two 2400hp MTU engines power her to a cruising speed of 32 knots and a top speed of 41 knots. Maverick was asking $6.4 million.

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