After 379 days on the market, the 34.14-metre Barattucci motor yacht Steadfast has found a new owner. Northrop & Johnson’s broker Kevin Kramer acted on behalf of the seller and Neal Esterly of Fraser Yachts brought in the buyer for the recent deal that concluded with a last known asking price of $2,499,000.Launched in 1992 but refitted in 2014, Steadfast is outfitted with a full suite of angling gear and a cockpit that features outriggers, a fighting chair, a bait and tackle station and multiple rod holders. Previously named Glory, she features an exterior and naval architecture by Jack Sarin.She can sleep up to eight guests across four staterooms, serviced by a crew of six. Unique for a yacht of this size, the master stateroom is located forward on the main deck. Her interior spaces are decorated with a neutral colour palette and large windows. The yacht’s U-shaped dinette set is situated forward of the saloon and a full bar is located nearby.Well maintained throughout her life, her most recent 2014 refit included LED light conversions, a refreshed interior, a fully upgraded suite of bridge electronics, mechanical overhauls and a full paint job.Photo: Northrop & Johnson Steadfast has twin Detroit Diesel 16V 92TIB engines, allowing her to cruise comfortably at 10 knots and reach a top speed of 17 knots.