Built in steel by Brooke Yachts in the UK to a design by Terence Disdale and launched in 1993, Kirkland has had refits in 2000 and 2002 with a full mechanical overhaul including completion of Lloyds classification special surveys in 2014.
Her interior, also designed by Terence Disdale features a large saloon with paneling in limed teak, an oatmeal coloured carpet, home cinema entertainment system, bar and a separate dining area.
Kirkland offers generous interior volumes and huge deck spaces, while a 4,200 nautical mile range, courtesy of twin 3408TA Caterpillar engines, gives her true global cruising ability. Outside there are multiple sunbathing, dining and relaxing options for guests, as well as a selection of tenders and toys including two Novurania RIBS, three jet skis and two kayaks.
For outdoor entertainment, the upper deck is the place to go, where guests can relax and sunbathe during the day and dine al fresco at the large table for 12 in the evenings. Also on this deck are a Jacuzzi spa tub, sunbathing areas, a day head and exercise equipment.
The classically elegant interior provides accommodation for nine guests in four large cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite and two doubles, all with full en suite bathroom facilities. There is also an owners’ study and sky lounge while the lower deck features a six-person sauna.
Kirkland was asking €4.15 million.