The 25.3-metre yacht Happy Daze has been sold after more than three and a half years on the market. The deal was concluded in-house at Northrop & Johnson with Richard Callender representing the seller.Happy Daze was built in 1998 by Moonen Yachts in the Netherlands and sports a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. She features naval architecture and an exterior design from Dutch designer, Mulder Design. Her 80 GT interior was designed by her builder, Moonen Yachts, and is adorned with rich wood such as mahogany, cherry and burr walnut as well as leather and fine fabrics throughout.The interior of the yacht can accommodate as many as six guests across three staterooms, including a full-beam master suite which is complete with a double bed, dressing table, entertainment centre, ample storage and an en-suite bathroom.Happy Daze features al fresco dining areas on her main deck aft as well as her flybridge, which is also home to a bar and storage area for toys including space for two motorbikes. Her foredeck features a sunbathing area.Performance-wise, Happy Daze sports twin MAN 2848 LE401 diesel engines which provide her with a range of 2,000 nautical miles. Happy Daze was sold with a last known asking price of €950,000.