The 34.44-metre motor yacht Loose Ends has been sold within a month of being on the market thanks to FGI Yacht Group and Mark Osterhaven of Worth Avenue Yachts representing the buyer and Superyacht Sales and Charter representing the seller. The sale of yacht Loose Ends marks the first sale by the FGI Yacht Group.Built by Wisconsin based Burger Boat Company in 2003, yacht Loose Ends is a custom design featuring in-house exteriors and interiors designed in collaboration with Linda Street Design. Previously also known as Life of Reilley, she has undergone several refits in her lifetime, the most recent one being in Lauderdale Marine Center in Florida.Onboard highlights include alfresco dining and a wet bar in the main deck, a sundeck with sun pads and seating alongside a new Jacuzzi at the helm station and a swim platform aft. Yacht Loose Ends is also equipped with a Portuguese bridge that offers a more secluded outdoor space and an array of tenders and toys.The interiors of this yacht were recently upgraded by Shelly’s interiors and include a large main saloon with lounge seating and formal dining, a complete bar, dining area at the fore and sliding door that adapts the space into a private dining area. Loose Ends also features a sky lounge with games tables, modern entertainment system and 270-degree views of the aft.She accommodates up to 10 guests in five staterooms comprising of a large on-deck master, two VIP’s and two twins. She sleeps up to seven crew and is powered by twin Caterpillar Inc engines totalling 1,602 hp. The 277 GT vessel runs at a top speed of 14 knots and cruises comfortably at 12 knots. At the time of being listed as a yacht for sale, Loose Ends had a last known asking price of $7,800,000.