The 39-metre yacht Revelry has been sold after 789 days on the market with a last known asking price of $13,900,000. The sale was concluded in an IYC in-house deal by Mark Elliott and Kevin Bonnie. Photo: IYCThe 399 GT yacht was built in 2010 by Dutch shipbuilders Hakvoort and features naval architecture by Cor D. Rover and interiors by David Ostrander. Photo: IYCRevelry can accommodate 10 guests and features a master suite, two VIP double cabins, and two twin cabins – the latter can convert into double cabins as needed. She also has space for eight crew members. Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCPhoto: IYCInside, Revelry’s design features subtle geometric patterns in the carpets and soft furnishings. The wooded walls display a collection of contemporary art, with paintings, prints and sculptures in every room. The yacht has an open-plan saloon with two large circular sofas and twin armchairs plus a dining area which seats up to 10 guests. Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCPhoto: IYCThe main saloon is divided by a cabinet that holds a retractable entertainment system with a flat screen television. A second lounge area, the skylounge, on the bridge deck holds a bar, games table and more casual seating.Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCPhoto: IYCTwo aft decks connect to the vessel’s main lounge and skylounge via glass doors. Both levels have built-in sofa seating and the bridge aft deck also holds an alfresco dining table. The foredeck also has a secluded dinette area and large sun pads as well as an open deck space. The top sun deck is home to a six-person Jacuzzi, granite-topped bar, grill and collection of sunbeds.
Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCConstructed in steel with a displacement hull design, she has a beam of 8 metres and a draught of 2.45 metres. Previously named SnowbirD, Revelry is powered by two Caterpillar C18 DITA diesel engines and can reach a maximum speed of 13.5 knots. She cruises at 10.5 knots.