The 36.27-metre Crescent Custom-built yacht Impetuous has found a new owner, with Wes Sanford from Northrop & Johnson representing the buyer and Gilman Yachts the seller. Custom built to the specifications of her first owner in 2004, the yacht sale comes after her most recent refit in 2015.
Impetuous sports naval architecture and exterior designs by the US design firm Jack Sarin Naval Architects and interiors by the Florida-based Robin Rose & Associates. With an added 0.61-metres to her beam over her sister ships, the all-GRP yacht Impetuous has a total beam length of 7.75-metres and boasts large interior spaces. Impetuous sleeps up to eight guests in four stylish staterooms, with her full-beam master stateroom featuring a king-sized bed and African mahogany detailing. Guest accommodation is comprised of a VIP suite with an island queen-sized bed which is accessible from the galley for added privacy; a queen-sized stateroom with an en-suite and modern entertainment facilities; and a twin-bed stateroom also with an en-suite and entertainment unit. A crew of up to four can also be accommodated for onboard Impetuous.
A classic interior styling with Sapele and Pomelli mahogany and gold plated fixtures creates a regal yet homely atmosphere throughout the yacht. Impetuous’ spacious salon is the ideal spot for relaxation and she features a traditional raised pilothouse layout with a country-style kitchen and a formal interior dining setup.
Outdoors, Impetuous boasts a sundeck jacuzzi with a full bar and seating area, sun pads and a Bimini top for those who prefer the shade. Alfresco dining can be enjoyed on both the main deck aft and the sundeck.
Equipped with twin MTU 16V 2000 diesel-fuelled engines with 1999hp each, Impetuous cruises at 20 knots and reaches a top speed of 23 knots. At the time of sale, Impetuous had a final asking price of $4,495,000.