After 438 days on the market, the 30.48-metre yacht Hiatus sold with a last known asking price of $3,800,000. The deal was wrapped up with David Johnson from Denison Yachting representing the seller and Matthew Hinton from Hinton Yachting representing the buyer. Photo: Denison Yachting / SuperYacht TimesBuilt in 2008 by MCP, the previously named Lady D features both an exterior and interior design by MCP and has recently been updated with new electronics include two Furuno radars, Garmin GPS, Maretron Ship’s monitor system, and Apple/Sonos stereo sound system throughout the vessel. Photo: Denison YachtingPhoto: Denison Yachting / SuperYacht TimesPhoto: Denison Yachting / SuperYacht TimesInside, her sky lounge features an L-shaped leather sofa, game table, entertainment centre, and day head aft to port. Aft of the sky lounge to the upper aft deck she has a six-person Jacuzzi and storage for two wave runners.Photo: Denison YachtingPhoto: Denison YachtingPhoto: Denison Yachting / SuperYacht TimesHer flybridge includes a complete control station, a large oval-shaped table with semicircular seating, and a retractable hardtop. Hiatus’ galley lies to her port side on the main deck, with an additional galley in the lower lazarette area for service when the garage door is down.
Able to sleep up to 12 guests and a crew of five, Hiatus has a five stateroom layout feature, which includes a king master cabin located forward on the main deck. The four guest staterooms on the lower deck include two queen guest cabins and two twin guest cabins, each with an additional Pullman berth. Photo: Denison Yachting / SuperYacht TimesThe 165 GT yacht is powered by Caterpillar C32 Acert engines, allowing her to cruise comfortably at 8 knots and reach a top speed of 23 knots.
Watch a full walk-through video of Hiatus here: