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40m Brooke Marine yacht Scout II for sale

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Georgia Tindale

The 39.6-metre motor yacht Scout II is now for sale and waiting to be noticed by a new owner. Originally built by Brooke Marine in 1993 and with three owners to date, the 397 GT vessel underwent an extensive rebuild and was re-equipped with high-tech engineering and state-of-the-art equipment between 2016-2018. Scout II yachtPhoto: Jim Raycroft / FraserMotor yacht Scout II, for sale and currently residing in Halifax Nova Scotia has been maintained in excellent condition since her delivery thanks to her three previous refits in 2000, 2002 and 2014. Scout II yacht skyloungePhoto: Jim Raycroft / FraserScout II yacht main saloonPhoto: Jim Raycroft / FraserThis Brooke Marine yacht for sale features naval architecture by Three Quays (now BCTQ) and both exterior and interior styling by the renowned superyacht designer Terence Disdale. Scout II yachtPhoto: Jim Raycroft / FraserBuilt in steel to a tough specification and Lloyds Registry Classification and with a generous beam of 9.2 metres, Scout II was designed to be a hardy oceangoing exploration yacht with global cruising in mind and has only been used privately since her delivery. Scout II yacht owner's officePhoto: Jim Raycroft / FraserHer most recent refit works between 2016 and 2018 included a five-metre extension aft and a one-metre extension forward, with the works carried out by Thunderbolt Marine in Savannah, Georgia between 2016/2017 and at Marine Group Boat Works in San Diego between 2017/2018. Geoff Van Aller of Van Aller Yacht and Naval Design was in charge of the extension projects which have significantly increased her available deck space. Scout II yacht upper aft deckPhoto: Jim Raycroft / FraserScout II yacht sun deckPhoto: Jim Raycroft / FraserMotor yacht Scout II, for sale and ready for immediate cruising can accommodate up to nine guests across four large staterooms including an owner's stateroom with queen bed, one VIP stateroom with a queen bed, one guest stateroom with a queen bed and one with a double and single bed. The master stateroom, situated portside amidships on the lower deck for reduced motion is furnished with a teak framed queen bed and matching settee, with a selection of paintings on the pale walls.  Scout II yacht aft port twin guest stateroomPhoto: Jim Raycroft / FraserStandout features on board Scout II include her massive sundeck which boasts a Jacuzzi, numerous areas for sunbathing and lounging, a pizza oven and BBQ area. The Disdale-designed interior is classically elegant and includes the use of limited teak, with individually commissioned paintings and ornaments distributed throughout the vessel. All of her staterooms feature recessed, cream painted ceiling beams to give the spaces a classic feel, with the teak frames around the beds offering a touch of the nautical. Scout II yacht master stateroomPhoto: Jim Raycroft / FraserIn terms of her performance, twin Caterpillar 3408TA diesel 507 HP engines enable Scout II to top out at 11 knots and cruise comfortably at 10 knots, with a range of 3,600 nautical miles at cruising speed. Scout II yacht fore deckPhoto: Jim Raycroft / Fraser

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