Delivered by Westport in 1999, she underwent refits in 2013 and 2015/2016. Built with a GRP hull, superstructure and deck, she boasts exterior design by Jack Sarin and interiors by Sheryl McLaughlin. She can sleep up to eight guests in four cabins, with a crew of four. The master suite boasts a cedar-lined walk-in wardrobe and an enviable en-suite decked out in Crema Marfil marble, complete with large whirlpool bath, his and hers basins and a central shower.
Her spacious main saloon has a large sofa against one wall, complete with coffee table and armchair, a wine chiller and a seated granite-topped bar with a sunken floor opposite. The saloon also has a large television and a formal dining area. Additionally, guests can relax on extra seating in the pilothouse.
The flybridge has a Jacuzzi, lounge area and seated drinks bar, while her aft deck has an al fresco dining table within a U-shaped sofa.
Twin 1,800hp MTU 16V2000 engines allow for a cruising speed of 19 knots and a maximum speed of 24 knots.
Seafarer was asking $3,550,000.