The 25.76-metre explorer yacht Islander has been sold by Northrop & Johnson broker Whit Kirtland who acted on behalf of the seller. After just two months on the market, Islander had a last asking price of $2,295,000. Built by Northern Marine in 2006, Islander has accomplished many far-flung journeys with her previous owner thanks to her sturdy fibreglass hull, heavy steel plate that runs the length of her keel and a bulb at her bow. Having designed the yacht's exterior, Northern Marine incorporated a flybridge with a full helm station, alfresco dining and large hardtop with two sliding hatches for sunlight. Guests can also make use of the additional alfresco dining areas on the main deck aft and the yacht's tender, which is stored on the boat deck aft.Photo: N&JPhoto: N&JInside, three staterooms are able to accommodate up to six guests, with the owner's suite on the most stable and quietest part of the yacht. Decorated with hand-selected Makore woods and luxury furniture, the interior layout features an open-plan style for the main saloon, dining and galley.Photo: N&JWith an economical 5,000 nautical mile range, Islander can reach a top speed of 10 knots and be taken care of by up to two crew members. She recently underwent maintenance works at Thunderbolt Marine in the US.
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