The 25.91-metre superyacht Gail Force Too has been sold with a last asking price of $3,495,000 after 11 months on the market. IYC's Rob Newton represented the seller in the deal, whereas James Wallace of Campers & Nicholsons introduced the buyer.
Since her delivery from Pacific Mariner in 2008, Gail Force Too has been cruising the Bahamas and surrounding areas thanks to her shallow draft. Her luxury interior layout by William Garden includes a main saloon with a dining space, floor-to-ceiling glass windows in the aft bulkhead and a seating area dominated by an oversized L-shaped sofa. Additional features include a wet bar, an entertainment system and decorative materials such as satin-finish Mahogony. The galley on the main deck, which connects with the pilothouse, is outfitted with modern amenities, granite countertops and satin-finish Mahogany cabinets.Up to eight overnight guests are able to stay on board across four ensuite staterooms and are taken care of by a crew of three. The full-beam master is positioned amidships and benefits from its own separate entrance, a large king-sized bed, custom office space and an ensuite bathroom with hot tub. The two VIP staterooms are positioned forward and amidships and the twin room is accessed via the pilothouse. Outside, guests can enjoy the large shaded aft deck and dining area, the swim platform and the Jacuzzi hot tub, barbeque, lounge and control station on the flybridge. Gail Force Too comes with storage for her Walker Bay tender and the ability to cruise up to 25 knots.