Stepping aboard Kentucky Belle, guests will immediately feel at home in her warm, inviting interior. A unique feature is her high ceilings, which combined with her large windows make the interior spaces seem much larger than often found in a vessel of her size.
Her full-beam 18′ wide master stateroom features his and her ensuites separated by a glass door bath enclosure. The master also has generous closets and built-in cabinetry storage, with a flat-screen television and a desk for quiet moments on board. The VIP guest stateroom is located forward, with the twin stateroom on the starboard side, each with ensuites.
Moving outside, guests can sit at the luxurious aft deck table, enjoying the views of the ocean surrounding her. Cruise in luxury as you enjoy an alfresco lunch or dinner, expertly prepared by the yacht’s chef. Her flybridge is a wonderful place to entertain, complete with seating and a wet bar. For the sun worshippers in the group, there is ample space for sunbathing on her comfortable sun pads and a jacuzzi to enjoy. For those wishing to shade themselves, she has a large hardtop covered area for entertaining throughout the day and into the night.
Built in 2005, Kentucky Belle has been excellently maintained throughout her life, with her most recent refit in 2020 including new electronics and dining table, all new exterior cushions, a refreshed interior, and full bottom repaint. Horizon Yachts is Asia’s premier yacht builder, and is known in the industry for its efficient and reliable designs. Powered by two Caterpillar engines, her top speed is 15 knots.
Kentucky Belle is on the market for $1,895,000. Currently located in Fort Lauderdale, US customs has been paid.
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Michael was introduced to boating while spending his first 18 summers in Cape May, New Jersey working in his fathers shipyard and mating on his boats. After graduating from business school in Boston with an MBA degree, Michael owned and operated a sport fishing boat for five years between Palm Beach Florida and Nantucket, Massachusetts. Michael then went into the Merchant Marine and earned his 1600 ton master’s license. He then spent 10 years as a yacht and ship captain including three years as captain of a U.S. Navy research ship. Michael then returned to Palm Beach and started a marine service business and began his career as a yacht broker. From 1990 till present Michael has worked for two prominent yacht brokerage firms and most recently has joined IYC in Palm Beach, Florida. With 30 years in the yachting business, Michael is well positioned to help his clients in all aspects of yachting including sales, service and new build projects.