Northrop & Johnson have announced the in-house sale of the 44.2-metre superyacht At Last, with Kristen Klein and Kevin Merrigan representing the buyer and the seller in the sale.
Built by the Dutch yard Heesen in 1990 and with exterior design by Gerhard Gilgenast, At Last is a tri-deck, semi-displacement superyacht that underwent a substantial, recent refit in 2017. On board, she accommodates up to 10 guests across five cabins, comprising one master, three double staterooms and one twin. A crew of seven are also accommodated for on board.
After undergoing a two-year refit in 2009 where she was taken back to bare metal and totally refurbished, At Last also underwent a complete interior refit by Tui Pranich in 2014, giving her a contemporary interior with a striking central spiral staircase connecting all the decks, creating a relaxed atmosphere on board.
The 44.2-metre superyacht has a strong charter history and will continue her charter program under a new captain and crew, heading to The Bahamas and Caribbean next.
Powered by twin Diesel MTU 2655 hp engines, At Last has a top speed of 23 knots, and a cruising speed of 20 knots, with a range at cruising speed of 1500 nautical miles.
The most recent listed asking price for At Last was $6,450,000.
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