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Westport Yachts sells luxury yacht Margarita with Worth Avenue

Chris June at Worth Avenue Yachts tells me he's closed on his central listing for sale, the 28.04 metre motor yacht Margarita with Westport Yacht Sales representing the buyer.

Margarita was built in GRP by US yard Rayburn Custom Yachts and delivered in 2007. Her spacious saloon features a custom built sofa to port with storage underneath, a custom coffee table and chairs, and further forward to port is the formal dining table and chairs, which is opposite the private staircase to the master suite. This area has numerous windows allowing for tremendous views.

The pilothouse offers 360-degree views and the helm station is forward with full electronics and twin Stidd helm chairs. There are port and starboard wing doors to the side decks and wing controls. This area includes a large sitting area with sofa, chairs, end tables and cocktail table. To starboard aft is a full wet bar with a granite top, ice maker and fridge, ideal for cocktails and casual dining.

Accommodation is for eight guests in four staterooms consisting of a full beam master suite finished in sapele mahogany and earth tones, along with two VIP staterooms with queen sized beds and a twin. All staterooms have television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.

Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Margarita was asking $5,495,000.

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