Her name is Private Island and she's based in Palm Beach Gardens. Her layout includes three staterooms and three en suite heads. She has a portside amidships master stateroom, VIP stateroom forward and another twin-berth stateroom.
Head into her salon and you'll find an L-shaped sofa, an ostrich skin headliner, teak accents and a flat-screen tv. There's also a dinette on the main deck that can seat five.
Her galley bares granite countertops, a teak-and-holly sole, two drawer-style undercounter fridges and one freezer of the same design.
Now, the best part of a sport-fishing yacht: the cockpit. The cockpit has a mezzanine seating arrangement that was re-upholstered in 2016, a teak deck, a grill, a refrigerated drink box, insulated bait-and-tackle boxes and two insulated fish boxes.
Private Island was built in 2008 and has 2,025 hours total on the twin CAT C32 1825 hp engines.