Offshore Yachts’ 2008 build, Captiva, has changed hands for the first time this week after a year on the market. Jim Elliot of Northrop & Johnson represented the seller in the deal.Captiva can host up to six guests in her three staterooms taken care of by a crew of two. She features walkaround decks, a flybridge sitting area and a larger aft deck with storage for the tender.
The 24.38-metre yacht has a semi-displacement hull configuration and twin MAN engines powering her up to a maximum speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots.At the time of sale, Captiva’s last known asking price was $2,495,000.
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