The 39.6 metre Short Game has been sold, with Mike Strassel of RJC Yachts introducing the buyer and Mark Peck of Peck Yacht Sales representing the seller.
The motor yacht was built in 2004 of GRP by Westport Yachts to designs by Greg Marshall with naval architecture by William Garden. A refit in 2016 included a new interior, by Architectural Interiors, from stonework and soft furnishings to deckheads, as well as the addition of a new hardtop bimini on the exterior.
Accommodating ten, the layout of Short Game is that of the standard Westport 130 comprising a main deck master suite plus two VIP king doubles and two twins on the lower deck. The saloon is warm and welcoming, with comfortable seating, cocktail tables, a wine cooler in a custom cherry wood cabinet and an entertainment system including a 50-inch Samsung LED television on an electric lift system. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for 10 guests.
Extensive deck areas allow for al fresco entertaining and dining on the large aft deck and flybridge. The aft deck comes complete with a teak dining table and chairs, built-in upholstered seating, a bar with three bar stools, a fridge and a 37-inch plasma television . The flybridge has built-in seating and large sun pads along with two 2.4 metre teak sunshade umbrellas.
The 309GT vessel is powered by twin MTU 12V-4000s, recently overhauled, and cruises comfortably at 14 to 20 knots with a top speed of 28 knots. She has a range of 3,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Short Game was asking $9,895,000.