The 25.91-metre Jongert motor yacht Halycon Days has been sold in Florida with a last known asking price of €812,179. The deal was concluded with yacht broker Whit Kirtland of Northrop & Johnson acting on behalf of the seller. The yacht was on the market for1,253 days. Photo: Ralph Dazert / SuperYacht TimesFeaturing an exterior design by Sparkman & Stephens and an interior by Peter Sijm, the yacht, that was previously named Impossible Dream, was built by Jongert in 1986 and underwent an extensive refit in 2007. During her refit, the yacht’s interior spaces were significantly redesigned. The yacht’s galley was brought up to the main deck to create an ideal entertaining space where the main saloon could be connected to the galley. In place of the galley, on the lower deck, a fourth stateroom, bathroom and a media room were added. The superyacht’s aft deck was also extended four feet into the cockpit to provide more space and private crew accommodations. Plus, the yacht’s engine room was gutted and rebuilt with all new equipment, rendering her in fully restored condition.She can accommodate up to eight guests across four en-suite staterooms. For her chosen interior decor, Halcyon Days features warm Sapele woodwork, a Mahogany inlaid bar and marble countertops. The media room converts into a fifth stateroom, allowing for even more guests.
She is powered by twin Caterpillar diesel engines allowing her to cruise comfortably at 9 knots and reach a top speed of 11 knots.