The 34.1-metre yacht Glory has been sold with Andrew P. Cilla of Luke Brown Yachts representing the seller and Kevin Frawley of Denison Yachting representing the buyer. Built in 2006 by Westport, Glory underwent a minor refit this year to freshen her up before her sale.Photo: Luke Brown YachtsHer naval architecture was penned by Jack Sarin Naval Architects, whereas Glory ’s exterior lines were designed in-house by Westport Yachts. Robin Rose & Associates are responsible for her interior design. Glory can accommodate up to eight guests in four luxurious staterooms consisting of a master stateroom, two doubles and one twin. The 207 GT Westport yacht sports a full GRP hull and superstructure.The two-deck motor yacht features spacious outdoor spaces including a large dining area to her aft and a spa pool. Panoramic windows ensure a seamless connection between the interiors and exteriors of the yacht.
Those on board can make use of the 90 HP Nautica tender. Glory ’s twin MTU engines allow her to travel at a top speed of 25 knots and a cruising speed of 20 knots. She was sold after 367 days on the market for a last-known asking price of $4,750,000.
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