The 43.89-metre Palmer Johnson motor yacht Dumb Luck has been sold. Previously named Four Wishes, the superyacht Dumb Luck was sold by Mark Elliot of IYC and Justin Goins of Yachts360 who introduced the buyer, and Neal Esterly of Fraser who represented the seller. The superyacht features exterior design from her builders, and interior design from the boards of Patricia Andrews. Launched in 2004, her naval architecture was penned by Vripack. Dumb Luck accommodates as many as 10 guests between five staterooms, consisting of the master stateroom, two doubles and two twins. She also has a well equipped gym. Her exterior spaces include a large upper deck, with Jacuzzi to the starboard size with a large U-shaped lounge, a dining table to the port side and sun pads spread across the deck spaces for sunbathing.Her bow has seating and dining on both sides of the vessel and her main aft deck has additional seating and dining spaces. There is a full dining room internally on the main deck, accessed via the saloon. The interior has been completed in wooden panelling and light furnishings and her bathrooms are finished in light marble.Dumb Luck has a cruising speed of 13 knots and a top speed of 15 knots. She had a last known asking price of $9,950,000.