The 31.39-metre Johnson yacht Diamond Girl, has found a new owner. After 335 days on the market, the deal was closed with Denison’s Patrick Hopkins representing the buyer and Gilman’s Jeff Stanley representing the seller. Diamond Girl was sold with a last known asking price of $3,300,000. Diamond Girl was built in Taiwan in 2008 by Johnson Yachts and designed by Dixon with enough space for eleven guests spread over five staterooms, serviced by a crew of four. With the master stateroom on the main deck, the four remaining guest suites are located on the lower deck, complete with updated flat-screen TVs and entertainment systems.Having been extensively updated over the past two years, Diamond Girl features a custom raised pilothouse and an extended swim platform that can accommodate a 4.9-metre tender or twin Jet skis. Her flybridge features a Jacuzzi, a lounge, entertainment system, sun pad, wet bar and teak dining tables.She is powered by two C32 Acert Caterpillar diesel engines, which allow her to cruise comfortably at 18 knots and reach a top speed of 20 knots. She is currently located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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