The 34.14-metre modern ketch Blue Too has been sold, with Stuart Larsen from Fraser and Bruce Leffers from Northrop & Johnson representing the seller and Neil Emmott from Superyacht Sales and Charter acting on behalf of the buyer in the deal. Photo: Northrop & Johnson Built by New Zealand-based shipyard Alloy Yachts in 1999, Blue Too features exterior design and naval architecture by Ron Holland and interiors from the drawing boards of Hampshire-based studio RWD.
Photo: Northrop & JohnsonThe vessel underwent a total refit at STP Palma in 2016 to bring her to pristine condition, including the rebuild of her 500hp 8V 183 TE62 diesel engine by MTU, the replacement of her generators and fuel system as well as updates to her electronics, sensors, gauges and control system.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonOn board, Blue Too provides overnight accommodation for up to six guests across three staterooms located aft. The master suite offers a walk-around queen-sized bed, an L-shaped settee, ensuite bath and private access to the owner's cockpit. Additional staterooms include a twin and a queen-sized stateroom, both of which come complete with ensuite baths. A crew of five is also housed on board. Photo: Northrop & JohnsonWith elegant styling found throughout, the open and inviting interior of this modern ketch features raised panel joinery, timeless soft goods and teak cabin soles. In addition, guests can enjoy her spacious seating area to port and dining area to starboard.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonThe two-cockpit design of sailing yacht Blue Too offers ample seating for entertaining, as well as total privacy when required. The central cockpit is the ideal setup for alfresco dining, whilst the cockpit located aft is more private and reserved for the owner's use. Photo: Michael KurtzAt the time of being listed as a yacht for sale, Blue Too had a last asking price of $4,900,000.