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Yachting Developments sailing yacht Adjutor sold

Yachting Developments sailing yacht Adjutor sold

The 25.89 metre sailing yacht Adjutor, listed for sale by Paul Dauber and Hank Halsted at Northrop & Johnson, has been sold.

Delivered in 2002 by Yachting Developments to a design by Bill Langan, she was created to fulfil a brief for a world voyaging performance sailing yacht, easily handled by three crew members. She boasts a carbon four-spreader mast by Southern Spars, a Park Avenue boom, hydraulic winches, a Harken hydraulic furling headsail and self-tacking staysail.

Accommodation is for five guests in two elegant cabins, one double and one twin complete with a pullman berth. A cosy main saloon boasts a comfortable three-seater sofa, armchair, coffee table and large television, all of which sit opposite a small dining area.

On deck, the central cockpit combines with a drop-leaf teak table and U-shaped seating, protected by a dodger and fixed Bimini.

Additional power comes from a 300HP Caterpillar engine and she has a cruising speed of 10 knots.

Adjutor was asking $1,100,000.

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