Northrop and Johnson announced the sale of a 24.38-metre Hatteras Yachts superyacht. La Mer was sold in a deal which saw sales broker Ann Avery act on behalf of the buyer. Photo: Northrop and Johnson La Mer (ex. Insatiable) was built in 2005 by American shipyard Hatteras Yachts at their facilities in New Bern, North Carolina. The yard is responsible for the naval architecture and exterior design of the planning yacht constructed entirely from GRP.
Interior spaces onboard include four guest cabins with space for eight overnight guests: one with a king-sized bed, two with queen-sized beds and one twin cabin. An enclosed bridge is buffeted by a living space on the main deck which is furnished with dark mahogany joinery and granite countertops. A sky lounge on the flybridge deck includes a grill and outdoor seating for al-fresco dining. Below deck, two CAT C30 engines, each with 1550 hp, power the superyacht and enable her to reach a maximum speed of 25 knots while underway. Photo: Merijn de Waard / SuperYacht TimesLa Mer flies the American flag and is registered in the port of Palm Beach, Florida.
At the time of her sale, La Mer was listed with an asking price of $2,445,000.
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