The 29.57-metre motor yacht Inevitable, previously known as Forever Young, has been sold, with Northrop and Johnson’s Whit Kirtland representing the seller in the deal. Built by US shipyard Hargrave Custom Yachts in 2003, her exteriors come from the drawing boards of American designer Jack Hargrave and her interiors were completed in-house.Photo: Denison Yacht SalesMaintained in turn-key condition throughout her lifetime, motor yacht Inevitable has undergone several refits in her lifetime including one in 2012 and maintenance upgrades which took place in 2016 and 2018.Inevitable comes equipped with a large hardtop flybridge, built-in seating and tables, and numerous chaise lounges aft for effortless relaxation. The main deck provides alfresco dining options at aft and leads down to a spacious cockpit and swim platform for easy access to the water. The flybridge also allows for the storage of two jet skis.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonThe interiors are characterised by an open-space design with a contemporary theme and are decorated with cherry wood to create an inviting atmosphere. She is equipped with large windows throughout that allow in ample natural light, with guests able to take advantage of formal dining experiences in her main saloon. Additionally, a large country galley with bar seating and a dinette can also be enjoyed by guests.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonOn board accommodation is for up to eight guests across four staterooms, who are taken care of by a crew of four. The four staterooms consist of a full-beam master stateroom with double-door entry, a queen VIP located at the fore, a queen VIP below deck and a twin bed with an additional Pullman berth.Powered by twin Caterpillar Inc engines with 1,015 hp each, the vessel can reach a top speed of 20 knots and cruise comfortably at 16 knots. When listed as a yacht for sale, Inevitable had a last known asking price of $1,770,000.