After 50 days on the market, 35.58-metre Crescent Custom yacht Wonder has found a new owner. The deal was concluded with Northrop & Johnson’s Wes Sanford acting on behalf of the seller and Joe Dougherty of MacGregor Yachts representing the buyer.
The sale of the 252 GT motor yacht wrapped up with a last-known asking price of €5,176,841.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonBuilt in 2004 by Crescent Custom Yachts, Wonder features an exterior design by Jack Sarin and an interior by Robin Rose & Associates. She underwent a refit in 2020 during which time she received significant changes to her decor, including new soft goods, furniture, stones, teak and electronics.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonHer interior is adorned with woods and light-coloured furnishings with slices of blue throughout and a decorative ceiling in the main saloon.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonWonder offers accommodation for up to nine guests in four staterooms, all located on the lower deck. With a beam of 7.75 metres, she offers the additional feature of walk-around decks compared to her sisterships. Photo: Northrop & JohnsonPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonWonder also features a bi-level flybridge that is created in part by her custom fibreglass hardtop over the lounging and helm area. Aft, the flybridge has a separate entertaining area with a large hot tub, walk-behind bar with stools and a ProFire stainless steel gas grill.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonPowered by two MTU 16V 2000 diesel engines, Wonder cruises at 17 knots and can reach a top speed of 23 knots.