The 45-metre superyacht Scout, listed for sale with Stuart Larsen and Josh Gulbranson at Fraser, has been sold in an in-house deal, with Georges Bourgoignie from Fraser introducing the buyer during the sale.
Delivered by the Turkish yard RMK Marine in 2012, the 45-metre superyacht was built to a Ron Holland Design with an aluminium superstructure and a steel hull, with her interior design from the drawing boards of the UK-based studio, Design Unlimited.
On board, she accommodates up to 12 guests, including a master cabin which is located on the bridge deck, two king-sized staterooms and two twin cabins, the latter of which have a Pullman berth. A crew of 12 are also accommodated for on board.
Powered by twin diesel 1300hp engines, Scout has a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots, with a range at 10 knots of 4500 nautical miles.
As for her standout features, unusually, Scout features a specially designed 'Bark Park', for dogs, located on the bridge deck and featuring faux grass and a lounge area for guests. Her generous sundeck includes a Jacuzzi and sunpads, with an optional distinctive yellow bimini, a dining table and a cocktail bar located forward.
At the time of sale, Scout was listed at an asking price of $15,900,000.
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