Denison has announced the sale of the 37-metre Delta Marine superyacht Soc, with Ken Denison representing the buyer and Kurt Bosshardt representing the seller.
The 37.2-metre vessel was built by Delta Marine in 1997 in the USA and features exterior and interior design from the shipyard.
On board, she accommodates up to eight guests across four luxurious cabins, comprising one large master stateroom, two guest staterooms below deck and a fourth ensuite stateroom/office on the main deck forward. A crew of five is also accommodated for on board.
The aft of Soc's upper deck is dedicated to tender storage, enabling her to carry larger tenders than in a garage and maximizing interior space.
Powered by twin 1800hp 24V 71TA diesel engines, Soc has a maximum speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 17 knots, with a range of 1800 nautical miles. She has a fuel capacity of 6,000+ gallons and was built for long-range cruising.
At the time of sale, Soc was listed at an asking price of $4,500,000,
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