Northrop & Johnson has announced the sale of 99 Problems, the 112’ (34.14m) Crescent. 99 Problems was listed for sale by Wes Sanford of Northrop & Johnson Florida and Andrew Miles of Westport acted as the selling broker.
99 Problems is a fine example of a raised pilot house fiberglass motoryacht with a large country kitchen. What sets her apart from similar boats is her highly customized interior with beautiful woodwork, her superb engineering, and above average stability.
The asking price was $4,995,000. The deal included the trade of a 92’ Tarrab, The Bee’s Honey.
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