Denison has announced the sale of the 30.48-metre motor yacht Breakaway, with Kurt Bosshardt representing the seller in the deal. Photo: Denison Yacht SalesCurrently located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the 30.48-metre all-aluminium superyacht was built by American shipyard Broward Marine in 1997 and features in-house naval architecture and exterior design. Since her launch, she has been formerly known by the names Sea Wolf, Lanida, Quiet Place and, most recently, Huey's Island.
This flybridge motor yacht accommodates up to nine guests across one master cabin, one VIP and two twins with an additional Pullman berth. A crew of four is also housed across two cabins.
Powered by twin diesel Caterpillar 3412 1350 hp engines, Breakaway can reach a maximum speed of 20 knots and cruises at 15 knots.
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