Mark Elliott of IYC Signs Aghassi and First Draw

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Both Yachts will be on Display at the Palm Beach Boat Show.
 

IYC is pleased to announce that Mark Elliott has signed Aghassi and First Draw, both stunning Christensens, as new central listings. The listings are co-centrals with Cambridge Yacht Group and both illustrate the remarkable first quarter for the yacht management firm and Elliott’s remarkable reputation.
 
Aghassi, 145’ (44.4m) Christensen, 2002

  •  Asking Price: $14,900,000
  • Broker/CA: Mark Elliott, 305.794.1167
  • Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida USA

 
Aghassi is an exquisite example of Christensen’s workmanship in fiberglass. She is both elegantly appointed by Paola Smith and with new MTU 8V 4000 M60 engines and a cruising range of 4,000 nautical miles, Aghassi is certain to fulfill the expectations of her new owner and guests. She accommodates 10 in five staterooms with four crew cabins for eight. Exterior entertaining is highlighted by numerous on-deck spaces for sunbathing and relaxing.  Expansive awnings provide ample shade if desired. Several outdoor dining areas offer the perfect al fresco dining experience. With the touch of a button, the sky lounge converts to a surround sound cinema with 50” plasma screen. (It is also equipped with a DVD player, VHS player and a Yamaha AV receiver.) Interior living is at its finest aboard Aghassi. She features a full-beam master stateroom including a walk-around centerline king bed with settee, a private office, a personal washer and dryer and constant V-SAT internet (which is throughout the yacht). Two equal-sized queen guest staterooms and two equal-sized twin guest staterooms are located on the lower deck forward of the engine room. Each stateroom encompasses an en-suite bathroom. The roomy, exquisitely decorated accommodations make Aghassi the perfect charter investment (she is fully MCA compliant). This meticulously maintained yacht is a must see for the discerning superyacht buyer.


 
First Draw, 120’ (36.58m) Christensen, 1995

  •  Asking Price: $8,000,000
  • Broker/CA: Mark Elliott, 305.794.1167
  • Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA

 
A truly unique lineage of yacht ownership is evidenced by First Draw.  Several of her owners have moved on the larger Christensen yachts, a clear indication of the pride of ownership and the seaworthiness of all vessels engineered by the renowned builder. Owners like these take meticulous care of their yachts and First Draw is no exception.  Featuring an original interior by VARO Designs, Christensen has recently updated it with new carpet, wall coverings, ceiling panels and paint. The main salon has also been remodeled with all new custom furniture, and an updated entertainment system. The dining salon has a new table located beneath an exquisite silver leaf overhead fixture. The perimeter features new Onyx countertops and window coverings. First Draw’s sky lounge is also refurbished with custom furniture, window covers, and a new refrigerator in the bar. The foyer has been extended with a new marble inlay floor, and a day head has been added. In the pilot house, the captain will enjoy a brand new navigation system. First Draw features four staterooms for eight guests and crew quarters for four. She was also recently outfitted with new Caterpillar 3412C-DITA engines powering her to a 3,000 range.

 

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