The 28.4-metre yacht Phantom has been sold in an announcement made today by Moran Yacht & Ship. Now with her third owner, the recently sold superyacht was launched in 2002 by Argentinian yard Tarrab and has since been known as Cork Tree, Chez Soirée and The Bee's Honey. The deal was concluded after Phantom spent 151 days on the market with a last asking price of $1,250,000. On board, the interior layout features four staterooms, a wine cellar and full-beam saloon whereas the outdoor deck areas cover a fishing cockpit, large aft deck and flybridge with space for the recently replaced tender.To cruise efficiently, Phantom is fitted with twin Caterpillar 3421 1,400hp diesel engines which have benefitted from recent mechanical maintenance and new batteries. This recent refit project also saw the yacht receive a paint job, new teak decks and entertainment system, an updated galley and refreshed interior décor.
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