The 35.66 metre Swiftships motor yacht Rebecca has been sold by Mark Parker at HMY Yacht Sales, with Hunter Britt at H. Hilton Yacht & Ship having represented the buyer.
Delivered in 1990, the yacht was constructed entirely in aluminium by US yard Swiftships and boasts an exterior courtesy of Fryco. Global Marine interiors feature accommodation for up to eight guests in four stately cabins, comprising a master suite on the main deck and three additional cabins on the lower deck.
Highlights include an al fresco dining space on the aft deck overlooking the open stern and affording guests panoramic views of the ocean.
Moving forward through the ship, the main saloon boasts a settee, television and corner glass and mahogany cabinets while natural light streams in from frequent windows. Further forward is a formal round dining table for eight guests, just aft of a fully equipped galley designed by a top-level chef.
The sky lounge provides a spacious day-head alongside a custom serving bar, an occasional chair and a sleeper sofa. The area is adorned by mahogany panelling, in keeping with the interior’s understated charm.
Power comes from twin C-30 CAT diesel engines, providing a top speed of 14 knots and a maximum cruising range of 1,400 nautical miles.
Rebecca was asking $3,459,000.