Inside and outside Sea Diamond has several spaces for her guests to make use of. Her upper saloon is home to a small dining table and leather seating, a desk and built-in television. Steps lead down to the main lower saloon which features a larger formal dining table to port, seating and a wet bar to starboard, connecting with the galley for easy service. Aft of the upper main saloon are steps leading up to the wheelhouse and down to guest accommodation, with three staterooms sleeping up to six. The owners cabin is a stunning full-beam space, with the same elegant décor seen throughout the yacht, with ensuite. Located off the main corridor is a twin guest cabin to port and a double to starboard with a shared bathroom. Leading up from the main saloon is the pilothouse that includes a curved leather table and seating, along with the steering station. Sea Diamond’s exterior boasts large decks and an elegant profile. Full teak decks with low open bulwarks are home to several different spaces for guests to use, including the cabin top seating area and space for sun loungers aft. The yacht has an all-wood ketch mizzen rig, with a new main mast and mizzen mast installed in 2009, and Sperry sails. Powered by twin GM Detroit Diesel 6V71 engines, she cruises at nine knots, with a 2,400nm range, and a maximum speed of 10 knots.
Sea Diamond is a must-see and a piece of yachting history. Take advantage of the opportunity to hark back to the golden era of yachting with this very special pedigree yacht that blends all the best of old and new.
Sea Diamond Asking Price: $3,995,000
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