Fort Lauderdale ,
|LOA||127' (38.71 meters)|
|Engine Model||C32 Acert|
|Engine Model||C32 Acert|
OVERVIEW AND HIGHLIGHTS
Sweet Caroline is the perfect Bahamas family and charter yacht; ample space on the interior and exterior makes her the ideal platform in which to enjoy your cruising.
There is a large swim platform and garage, which has been converted to a water toy store room, for easy egress to the water. Two sets of stairs lead from the swim platform up to the spacious aft deck area with a varnished teak table and seating for 12 guests.
Entry to the main saloon is through a double electric door, accentuating the open plan feeling of the main saloon and dining area. The interior is both light and comfortable with lovely seating areas aft of the dining room. There is a large TV to starboard and big windows providing lovely vistas to the outside.
From the dining area moving forward, is the formal entrance to the yacht to starboard, and a day head just before the entrance to the master stateroom.
The master stateroom has a lovely office and seating area through another door for extra privacy in the cabin. The cabin is large with a fore and aft facing King-sized bed, ample storage and a shared bathroom with a jacuzzi bath, double sinks and walk-in Rain shower. There is a separate water closet with a bidet and toilet.
Down the spiral staircase to the lower deck, there are four guest staterooms forward, two twin guest staterooms and 2 Queen guest staterooms, all en-suite.
Going up the beautiful spiral staircase to the upper deck, is the sixth guest stateroom, the VIP stateroom, to starboard with a Queen berth and a shower and toilet en-suite.
The skylounge is fantastic; it has a round card table in the aft corner and comfortable seating for twelve in chairs as well as a L-shaped sofa with a large TV. On the port side is a bar with four bar stools and full amenities.
Going forward on the port side opposite the VIP stateroom, is a day head and internal stairs going up to the sundeck.
Forward on this deck is the dumb waiter, and further forward is the pilothouse equipped with state-of-the-art navigation controls, five big screens, comfortable seating and two helm chairs.
On the fore deck is seating for 12 with sun covers which enables guests to choose from five different outdoor seating areas.
Exiting the spacious sky lounge to the upper aft deck, there is a rectangle table and seating for 12 guests undercover, ideal for lunches or dinner.
There are two entry points to the sundeck, one internally located aft of the pilothouse and one on the port side upper deck. The open sundeck is full sun, with a forward hot tub, sunpads, BBQ and built in seating for all. Aft on the sundeck is a small crane and two jet skis.
The galley is on the main deck and well appointed with high-end Miele appliances, and a guest breakfast nook ideal for early morning snacks and coffee. A dumb water connects the main deck with the upper deck.
Sweet Caroline accommodates up to 10 crew. The crew area is forward on the lower deck and accessed from the port side galley entrance; there are four ensuite cabins, a four-unit laundry room, a walk in fridge/freezer and crew mess. On the upper deck located aft of the pilothouse, is the captain’s cabin with a queen bed and en-suite bath.
The garage is currently used to store an array of watersports equipment, the hard bottom tender is towed, and the two jet skis are stored on the sundeck.
1.Six stateroom layout with on deck master
4.Successful charter yacht
5.Massive sun deck
7. Not for sale to US residents while in US waters EXCEPT AS ALLOWED UNDER BOAT SHOW BOND
For more information about this vessel, please contact Sean Doyle.
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|Cell:||+1 954 478 3380|
Sean Doyle has been a yacht broker with Northrop & Johnson since 2013 and is among the company’s top-producing representatives. He has sold over 200 boats, negotiated 23 new builds, and has closed deals in 14 countries. Currently, 48-percent of his clients are repeat clients who implicitly trust Sean to negotiate both purchase and sale agreements with the utmost attention to detail.
Following his education at the South African Merchant Naval Academy, Sean’s start in the marine industry was aboard merchant ships operating between South Africa and the Far East. In 1988, Sean began working in the Luxury Yacht market, and since then, he has worked in nearly every facet of the industry. Prior to transitioning into sales, Sean was a captain and managed new construction projects. After twelve years on the operational end of the industry, Sean moved into yacht sales in 2000.
“I’ve always got my finger on the pulse of the industry. I make it a priority to maintain good communication with not only my clients and colleagues but with captains and crew as well. I often know about movements in the market before they happen – whether or not the listing or the deal is my own. This allows me to give my clients an advantage few can replicate.”
Sean is a member of both FYBA and MYBA. He lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with his son, James. An avid sportsman, Sean enjoys hunting, sailing and wake sports.