Built for an experienced owner, yacht Hermie Louise, for sale this year, has completed two circumnavigations and multiple trans-Atlantic crossings. Hermie-Louise hit the water for the first time in 1984 after emerging from the Little Harbor shipyard. The United States' Ted Hood put together the external design and naval architecture for this classic sailing yacht for sale.Photo: Superyacht Sales and CharterHermie Louise features freshly painted masts and booms, replaced rigging, new interior soft goods and new battery banks. This Little Harbour yacht for sale is in perfect condition having been meticulously maintained since delivery by her experienced former owners.Photo: Superyacht Sales and CharterCapable of hosting six guests taken care of by a crew of three, Hermie Louise features two guest cabins below deck, each with an ensuite head and two cabins forward on either side of the vessel.
On the lower deck is the primary stateroom hosting a queen-sized berth to starboard as well as an ensuite bathroom. Three steps up lead to the owner’s private aft cockpit. Supports and cushions allow this area to become a giant king-sized berth for sunbathing or sleeping under the stars.Photo: Superyacht Sales and CharterSailing yacht Hermie Louise for sale, hosts a galley to port and a dinette to starboard. A standout area can be found in her large saloon, which is styled with varnished teak, leather, polished brass and stainless steel, where eight or more guests can dine in comfort.
Yacht Hermie Louise, for sale and ready for immediate cruising, has a large and relatively new sail inventory, allowing her to cruise at around nine knots. In addition, she is also equipped with a tender and twin Yanmar diesel engines.