IYC’s Ron Morgenstein Finds Buyer for Compromise

Press Release
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Compromise

 IYC is pleased to announce Ron Morgenstein has successfully negotiated on behalf of his client to buy the 72’ Hatteras, Compromise; Parker Bogue of Bradford Marina Yacht Sales represented the seller.

  • Compromise, 72’ (21.9m) Hatteras Motoryacht (2008)
  • Compromise embodies Hatteras’ latest designs—an amazing fusion of four staterooms, separate crew quarters, a huge walk-in/stand-up engine room and efficient Caterpillar power—all in a luxurious and fast 72’ yacht. Compromise features traditional exterior lines with subtle contemporary styling that softens her overall look. The result is a yacht that that fits into today's marketplace while easily standing the test of time. She features a wide, luxurious salon set between true side decks that make the 72 perfect for the owner/operator. Below, the 72 boasts a full-beam master with his-and-hers heads along with three well-appointed guest rooms. A clever aft compartment can be equipped as either a crew area or as a fifth guest stateroom, creating a truly noteworthy vessel in its size range.

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