The 40.54-metre Serque has been sold thanks to Northrop & Johnson's Kristen Klein acting on behalf of the seller and HMY Yacht Sales' David Copleston on behalf of the buyer. The deal concluded with a last asking price of $3,495,000. Photo: Northrop & JohnsonCustom built by Broward in 1995 to the designs of Donald L. Blount & Associates and Overing, Serque was completely rebuilt in 2008 by her last owner which saw her stripped back to her hull plating and superstructure and contributed to the $25 million spent on her over the years. Photo: Northrop & JohnsonPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonInside, the classic interior was custom designed by Genesis Yachtline and features accommodation for up to 13 guests in six staterooms. Located on the main deck, the master suite includes a king-size bed, a vanity desk and en-suite bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub. The split-level VIP stateroom is completed by a Jacuzzi and shower. Each stateroom is decorated with custom mahogany Sapele wood, Botticino stone with mosaic borders, Italian high-gloss furniture and silk and chenille fabrics.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonThe outdoor spaces included a large main deck aft with a bar and alfresco dining and a forward seating area. Serque's spacious sundeck can be sectioned from midship forward, allowing the space to be air-conditioned. Here, guests can also make use of the large dinette and seating areas, Jacuzzi, three drop-down 40-inch TVs and grill.