Last week, 24.38-metre yacht Mojo was sold with Michael Carlson representing the seller, and broker Bill Powers representing the buyer in an in-house deal orchestrated by 26 North Yachts. Originally launched in 2005, Mojo underwent an extensive refit in 2017. All aspects of the yacht were designed by the Tampa-based shipyard Lazzara.Photo: 26 North YachtsMojo can accommodate six to ten guests in her five cabins with a full-beam master stateroom, two VIP queens and two additional forward staterooms for either crew or guests, all with en-suite bathrooms. She also features a spacious full-beam saloon, ideal for relaxing or entertaining guests when the weather is less pleasant.
When the weather is good, guests can make use of Mojo’s hot tub or enjoy alfresco dining on her aft deck.Photo: 26 North YachtsMojo’s twin Caterpillar C-30 engines boast low engine hours and can propel her to a top speed of 31 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. At the time of sale, Mojo had a last-known asking price of $2,550,000.