Carte Blanche has a timeless interior, with Art Deco undertones, by Scott Carpenter. Her main saloon features two impressive Art Deco motif columns which define the dining space from the main salon area. This central space features a generous L-shaped sofa, oversized armchairs, a custom games table, pop up 46’ TV and wet bar, and is ideal for relaxing and sharing the day’s adventures. The dining space is home to a formal dining table with seating for up to 10. The nearby modern galley, conveniently located for easy service, is fully equipped and includes a large pantry.
Outdoor spaces are welcoming and spacious. The sundeck is an outdoor hub, with wet bar, L-shaped cushioned seating, chaise lounges and a welcoming Jacuzzi. The aft deck includes another large dining table for all guests, access to the swim platform, a wet bar, entertainment system and more. Outdoor living is a way of life on Carte Blanche!
Powered by twin MTU 16V2000 engines, Carte Blanche is a semi-displacement yacht that cruises at 15 knots, with a maximum speed of 21 knots and a range of 4200nm at 12 knots. A small draft of 1.91m allows her access to shallow anchorages and easy Bahamas cruising.
Carte Blanche was asking $5,294,000
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