Paragon 92 Sees Price Improvement

We review this recently refitted Paragon 92 for sale at $1.92 million.
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For cruising enthusiasts, this Paragon 92 has 2,500-NM-plus range at 8 knots. It runs all day at 10 knots burning 21 gph, and it has the ability to hit 18 knots. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

For owners ready to move up to the crewed-yacht experience or want to enter the market with a charter-ready vessel, Seas To See, a recently-refit Paragon 92, is listed with Worth Avenue Yachts for $1.925 million, which represents a $375,000 price reduction.

The Paragon 92 was initially built for owners looking to move up in size, specifically adding a fishing cockpit to its 86-foot model, Yachting previously reported.

“Delivering boats and being a private yacht captain for 25-plus years, I saw a lot of my customers and owners that wanted to move up,” said Paragon President and Founder Scott Robinson. “So we’d go shop the market around the world, looking for the right yard to build their next boat, and we’d come up short. I had enough horsepower from the guys who wanted to move up, and I said ‘Let me do it for you, I know what you want.’”

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The Paragon 92 is based off of the builder’s 86-footer with a cockpit extension to create a spot for angling adventures. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

To that end, Seas To See has a two-tier cockpit. There is a dance-floor-sized fishing cockpit and forward, upper section has a bench seat and a fixed table set under the flybridge overhang. This shady spot provides alfresco dining for six to eight people. Portside stairs lead to the flybridge while wide side decks lead to the foredeck where guests can enjoy another alfresco dining spot with a U-shaped dinette.

This 92-foot Paragon saw an extensive $1 million refit in 2020, with all major electronics and equipment being replaced. Other recent improvements include:

  • Coppercoat 10-to-15-year bottom job (2020)
  • Complete new main-engine exhaust system (2023)
  • New synthetic teak decking on bow, cockpit and swim platform (2024)
  • Brand-new fully balanced props (2024)
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Coffered ceilings and satin-finish wood gives the Paragon 92’s salon an understated elegance. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

According to Worth Avenue Yachts, Seas To See’s “current owner has cruised her extensively throughout the Eastern US and Gulf Coasts, Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico, Guatemala and Belize as he was checking unique dive sites and destinations off his list.”

The firm considers the yacht turn-key and says it’s well suited for family cruising or charter operations, if any owners are looking to offset expenses.

Guests will appreciate the salon’s handcrafted woodwork, coffered ceilings and custom furnishings. Remote-controlled window treatments help dial in the desired amount of sunlight. A four-person sofa is to port while two lounge chairs are to starboard, creating a spot to relax and chat with friends.

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The full-beam owners’ stateroom has private stairway access from the salon. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Forward to port is the galley, which has a U-shaped marble countertop and is equipped with the following appliances and features:

  • Double sink
  • Two Sub-Zero full-height refrigerator/freezers (New compressors and control boards 2020)
  • KitchenAid dishwasher
  • Trash compactor
  • GE profile convection microwave oven with exhaust fan
  • Thermador glass stovetop and under-counter oven
  • Oster toaster
  • Ninja blender
  • Crux drip coffee maker
  • Keurig coffee and espresso machine
  • Insinkerator instant hot-water dispenser
  • Insinkerator stainless-steel garbage disposal
  • Portside hinged freeman door from galley to side deck

The raised pilothouse and the two-seat lower helm station with a dinette abaft are just forward of the galley.

Accommodations are belowdecks and includes three staterooms, however, it’s worth noting the aft VIP lounge converts to a partitioned double bunk cabin.

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Note the galley’s side-deck access enabling the crew to discreetly provision the yacht and serve guests. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

The full-beam amidships master stateroom can be accessed via a private stairway off the main salon. There is a centerline king berth, bedside cabinets and reading lamps. Facing the berth is a flat-screen TV with a Bose sound system. A settee is to starboard and a cedar-lined closet, while to port is a vanity. Aft are his-and-hers en suite heads with a stone-lined shower and a whirlpool spa.

The forepeak VIP has an island queen berth, cedar-lined stowage, a flat-screen TV and an en suite head. The aft VIP stateroom has a centerline queen berth, a flat-screen TV and en suite head.

Craving an outdoor cookout? The flybridge on Seas To See has an outdoor galley area to port with a grill, a sink, and refrigeration with granite countertops. To the starboard is a dinette. The flybridge is covered by a fiberglass hardtop with a retractable canvas sunroof. The flybridge has the option to be enclosed with sliding Barrat glass panels providing an all-weather, climate-controlled space.

The 92-footer is powered by twin 1,550 hp Caterpillar C30 diesels and cruises at 10 knots, burning 21gph. Throttling back to 8 knots reduces fuel consumption to 16 gph, providing a 2,250-mile nonstop cruising range.

Some other notable features on board Seas To See include:

  • Two Furuno TZ Touch 2 NavNet displays
  • Simrad Autopilot
  • Simrad VHF with command mic and remote
  • Port and Starboard wink command stations with engine, bow, and stern thruster controls
  • Fusion stereo
  • 2,500-pound (2000 lb. extended reach) Steelhead hydraulic davit with hydraulic rotation
  • Furuno dual 12 kW Navnet radars with 6-foot open array
  • Furuno digital fishfinder/sounder with 3 transducers
  • Furuno AIS transmit and receive
  • Furuno RD30 instruments with repeaters in owner and crew cabins
  • Simrad VHF with remote
  • Simrad dual autopilot with handheld remote
  • Glendinning controls
  • CCTV cameras

Where is Seas To See located? The yacht is currently lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Take the next step: Contact Worth Avenue Yachts, Jonathan Chapman,, +1 (401) 474-4793>

Quick Specifications

  • Length Overall: 92′
  • Maximum Beam: 21’7″
  • Fuel Capacity: 4,500 Gal.
  • Draft: 5’11”