After being donated to charity, the 26.5-metre yacht Impulse has been sold. 26 North Yachts broker Bill Powers represented both the new buyer and the seller in the deal. Impulse was on the market for less than 60 days and was listed with a last known asking price of $997,000.In 2020, the vessel was donated to The National Save the Sea Turtles Foundation and was listed on the market in early 2021.
Originally built in 1996 by Broward Marine, Impulse has since been regularly maintained and refitted, most recently in 2017. The yacht has had more than one million dollars in upgrades in the past few years.On board, Impulse can accommodate up to seven guests across three staterooms located on her lower deck, all complete with an en-suite bathroom. Guests are taken care of by a crew of four. Her interiors are decorated in a neutral colour palette, accented with rich woods throughout. On Impulse’s main deck guests will find a saloon and dining area.Outside, her aft deck features a wet bar, seating area, teak decking, and a swim platform. She also has a four-person hot tub and additional wet bar located on her flybridge.The vessel, often used as a charter yacht, is outfitted with multiple tenders and toys including two 2019 SeaDoo Spark jet skis, two paddleboards, and more.Performance-wise, Impulse sports twin Detroit Diesel 12V92TA engines and can cruise comfortably at 14 knots.