The 50 metre motor yacht Harmony, listed for sale by Thom Conboy and Chris Collins at Ocean Independence, has been sold with no other brokers involved.
Harmony was built in GRP by US yard Westport to a design by Donald Starkey and delivered in 2010. A classic interior by Glade Johnson accommodates up to twelve guests in six cabins including an on deck master suite, a bridge deck VIP suite, two king-size double cabins below aft, a twin cabin forward to port and a convertible gym forward to starboard with a Pullman berth. All guest cabins have entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities. Crew accommodation is for up to twelve with the captain’s cabin on the bridge deck and five double cabins below deck.
The open-plan main saloon is comfortable and elegant with three settees and two armchairs grouped around a large coffee table and featuring an entertainment centre including a flat-screen television and a Kaleidescape on-demand video and audio server. Forward is a dining area for eight to 12 guests at an extendable inlaid wood table plus cabinet storage for china, glassware and silver.
The vast covered aft deck has a dining table and chairs forward alongside a full wet bar to port, while aft is a set of settees and coffee tables, ideal for enjoying balmy evenings over a cocktail or two.
Harmony features an elevator that serves all decks, while propulsion is delivered by two 3,650hp MTU diesel engines giving her a cruising speed of 13 knots and a range of 3,700 nautical miles.
Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Harmony was asking $29,995,000.