IYC’s Ron Morgenstein Signs Da Bubba as New Central Listing

YachtingJournal.com
Monday, September 23, 2013

IYC announced that Ron Morgenstein has signed the 99’ (30.2m) Hargrave MY, Da Bubba, as a new central listing.

  • Da bubba, 99’ (30.2m) Hargrave MY, 2005
  • Sales Price: $3,595,000
  • Brokers: Ron Morgenstein, 954.309.9740, ron@iyc.com
  • Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA
  • Da Bubba is one of the most spectacular Hargrave motoryachts ever built. From her spectacular Navy Blue hull color and sleek modern profile to her elegant and tasteful interior appointments, Da Bubba's layout and amenities invite both casual adventure and opulent entertainment. In Hargrave tradition, her quality construction and design is enhanced by beautifully detailing with many custom features. Simply, Da Bubba  was designed as an entertainment platform propelled by maximum comfort. Her spacious four-stateroom interior features a VIP forward, large salon, sunken bar and country kitchen. The flybridge includes a Jacuzzi, wet bar and comfortable seating area. A top-of-the-line Crestron entertainment system is installed throughout the yacht and Caterpillar C30s yield a top speed of 21 knots.

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