Richmond-based shipyard Crescent Custom Yachts is building a 50-metre motor yacht that will be named Danzante Bay. The Crescent 164 model was sold to an American client by Northrop and Johnson’s Paul Daubner and Steve Elario and is named after the owner's resort and golf course in Loreto, Mexico. Once delivered in 2020, Danzante Bay will be the largest recreational motor yacht to be built in Canada. Designed by Gregory C. Marshall, the hull of Danzante Bay was constructed at Christensen Shipyards. The shipyard also created the vessel's naval architecture and interior. The all-GRP superyacht has a volume of 499 GT and is said to be able to accommodate up to 12 guests across six staterooms and house a crew of 10 in five cabins.
Tim Charles, Crescent Custom Yachts principal, says “We are excited to add this exceptional vessel to our line of custom yachts. The composite hull was purchased from Christensen Shipyards. It is well-built and is a proven platform for the Crescent design.”
The last asking price for the completed yacht was €35,000,000.
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