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DISCO LEMONADE showcases a classic interior that instantly has guests feel welcomed. She offers intimate seating, a dining area, and a cozy galley that is well-equipped to create delicious meals onboard.
The sailing yacht’s custom curved, shaped, and joined teak fiddles, handrails and cabinetry offer an authentic touch that cannot be replicated. The traditional owner aft, the three-stateroom layout offers privacy throughout. Six guests are welcome onboard and each cabin showcases the same comfortability and charm as the rest of the yacht.
DISCO LEMONADE’s three-cabin configuration comprises a master with a double berth, a cabin with a double lower berth and hinged single upper berth, and a third cabin with a lower single berth and hinged single upper berth.
The Swan’s exterior areas are clean and versatile. Aft is the cockpit designed for driving and line handling and forward is a second cockpit dedicated to lounging and alfresco enjoyment. The foredeck houses the tender with a custom-made removable chock arrangement and when it is launched, this space can be transformed to be a hub of entertainment or used as additional lounge space.
|LOA||68' (20.73 meters)|
|Engine Model||6BT T1M|
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Sales Broker Bill Titus has been serving an internationally based clientele for the past 23 years with Northrop & Johnson. Attention to detail and a clear understanding of his client's specific needs and desires comes easily for Bill given his devoted and well-rounded 35 years of experience in the marine industry.
As a native New Yorker, Bill kicked off his professional yachting career in the service side of the marine industry and later settled in Newport, Rhode Island, to perfect his skills in the brokerage field with Brewer Yacht Sales. Following a short tenure with BYS Bill proved his worthiness to join the firm of Northrop & Johnson. To this day, Bill declares that his appointment to Northrop & Johnson remains an honor and a privilege.