31.7m (104’) Sharon Ann sold by IYC
IYC Fort Lauderdale is pleased to announce the sale of 31.7m (104’) Sharon Ann, by Mark Elliott IYC Sales & Charter Consultant.
Built by Destiny in 2002, with a refit in 2006 and further upgrades between 2015 and 2017, this raised pilothouse semi-displacement motor yacht boasts a sleek and sporty, yet elegant, profile, with interior and exterior design by Evan K. Marshall. With a very special feel and welcoming ambiance Sharon Ann combines her relaxed air with world class engineering and design, making her one of the best yachts of her size in the superyacht fleet today. Consistent care and maintenance has kept her in impeccable condition.
Her interior features highloss Italian Radica walnut wood, creating an elegant, yet comfortable setting for guests. Four staterooms accommodate eight guests and of particular note is the impressive master stateroom, which stretches across two levels; a design feature almost unheard of on a yacht of this size. Her three further cabins include a second full beam master/VIP, perfect for special guests.
A full beam main salon is able to host up to 20 guests, and incorporates burled Radica accented with a cherry wood trim and soft beige carpet to create a beautiful setting. The space combines an informal seating and socialising area, a desk and office set up and full entertainment system for relaxing with a movie or music. A formal dining table and bar are located forward, and stairways link the main saloon to both the guest accommodation and the pilothouse and foredeck. A large wheelhouse includes a modern helm station and guest seating, with a stairway leading directly to the flybridge.
Just like her interior, exterior spaces are large and the equivalent of those on much larger yachts. The spacious covered flybridge features several seating options, full controls, a wet bar aft, and a dining table, Jacuzzi and sun cushions to port. Sharon Ann carries a Nautica ribbed tender with 90 HP Yamaha outboard or 2 wave runners on the aft sundeck. The aft deck is home to a dinette for eight guests and wet bar, affording wide reaching views and unforgettable al fresco dining, with the deck space leading naturally through to the main saloon.
Cruising at 19 knots, powered by MTU 12v4000 diesel engines, Sharon Ann can reach a maximum of 22 knots and is extremely quiet when underway. Safety, comfort and performance were an integral part of her design and she features a custom reinforced safe hull including three water tight bulkheads and extra safety equipment.
For more information on the sale of Sharon Ann please contact Mark Elliott or the IYC office most convenient to you. IYC has offices in the Bahamas, Fort Lauderdale, Newport, Nantucket, St. Maarten, Monaco, Greece, Croatia, Barcelona, Montenegro, Malta and Scandinavia. To contact an IYC office click here.
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