IYC’s Mark Elliott Sells First Draw

Yachtingjournal.com
Friday, September 20, 2013

IYC is pleased to announce that Mark Elliott’s listing, First Draw, has been sold.

 

  • First Draw, 120’ (36.58m) Christensen MY, 1995/2012
  • Asking Price: $7,490,000
  • CO -Broker/CA: Mark Elliott, 305.794.1167, Mark@iyc.com
  • Location: Palm Beach, Florida USA
  • First Draw  has a unique history. Over the years, several of her owners have ordered larger Christensen’s, a tribute to the builder. Most recently, First Draw has been in the Christensen yard undergoing a refit which has included new paint (2012) and new Caterpillar engines (2008). Her interior is light and airy with large windows; her aft deck features three enclosable sides for entertaining in all weather. From the main foyer, a spiral staircase leads to the sky lounge, a primary gathering area for entertainment and a marble topped bar. The aft deck is great for sunning and accessing the tender and jet skis. First Draw’s flybridge provides comfortable seating and a hot tub. The master suite and two guest staterooms are located on the lower deck. First Draw enjoys a rich pedigree of ownership which continues in her sale.
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