For Sale: Paragon 94

This refit, three-stateroom Paragon 94 gets $750,000 price improvement.
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The Paragon 94 has a three-stateroom layout and 20-knot speed. Asking price: $2.975 million. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Rhapsody, a 2009 Paragon 94, underwent an extensive refit by Lyman Morse in 2018. The 94-foot motoryacht is currently listed for $2.975 million with Worth Avenue Yachts, which represents a $750,000-plus price reduction.

The refit included servicing all equipment and systems, updating soft goods, adding a dining area, transforming the flybridge into an enclosed skylounge and repainting the upper deck space.

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The foredeck’s lounge pad has room for three to four people. Notice the wide side decks and high bulwarks and rails for safe transit. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Twin 1,550 hp Caterpillar C-32 diesel engines work with the yacht’s planing hull form (with 13.5-degree transom deadrise) to help propel this 100-ton motoryacht to a 20-knot top hop and a 14-knot cruise speed. The engines have just over 2,000 hours on them.

Rhapsody’s salon has a traditional and warm interior, aided by sole-to-ceiling, rich mahogany, neutral tones and natural light via 10 windows around the space. The seating arrangement includes two lounge chairs and a three-person sofa that are positioned around a coffee table to port. The cabinet to starboard houses a hidden flat-screen TV. Forward to starboard is a wet bar, an ice maker and a wine cooler, while a desk area is to port.

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Formal dining is forward of the galley where the wood dining table with burl inlay has room for up to six people. An electric dividing wall separates the galley from the dining space. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

“The current 94-footer gets an extra eight feet in the superstructure, which Robinson divvied up into several areas,” Yachting previously reported. “As a result, the salon is, well, it’s simply immense. It stretches 26 feet from the twin sliding doors on the afterdeck to the forward bulkhead that hides the galley. If you consider for a moment, you’ll realize that far larger yachts don’t have 26-foot salons.”

Past the forward bulkhead is the galley, which has a cherrywood floating sole, granite countertops, satin-finish mahogany cabinetry and side-deck access through a portside hinged Freeman Dutch door. Galley appliances include:

  • Two Sub-Zero full-height refrigerator with two freezer drawers at bottom section
  • Fisher & Paykel double-drawer dishwasher
  • GE “Profile” trash compactor; GE microwave with exhaust fan
  • Viking gas stove/oven with removable butcher block top
  • Instant hot-water dispenser
  • Insinkerator stainless-steel garbage disposal 
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Sole-to-ceiling mahogany in the salon creates a warm atmosphere. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

Farther forward is the formal dining, where a six-person dining table with burl inlay sits beneath the raked windows. An electrically operated divider separates the dining space and the galley.

The skylounge has a two-seat helm station forward and two L-shaped dinettes flanking the centerline. The after section of the flybridge is open and split into two zones with tender stowage aft and an open living space forward. Forward of the tender and davit is an inboard-facing U-shaped dinette with two fixed high-gloss wood tables. A grill station is located to port.

The cockpit has a four-person transom bench seat with two high-gloss tables, making it a go-to spot for alfresco dining. Wide side decks and high bulwarks make for safe passage to and from the foredeck, which has a built-in lounge pad for catching some rays during the day or stargazing at night.

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The full-beam amidships owners’ stateroom has a flat-screen TV, his-and-hers en suite head and stowage for extended voyages. There are two other guest staterooms. Courtesy Worth Avenue Yachts

When the day comes to an end and it’s time to turn in, there are three staterooms belowdecks. In addition to a walkaround king berth with under berth stowage, the full-beam amidships master stateroom has nightstands with drawers, a cedar-lined walk-in closet and a his-and-hers en suite head. The VIP stateroom is also amidships, but with a queen berth and a portside settee that converts to a full-size berth. The final guest stateroom is in the bow with a queen berth and an en suite head.

Some other notable features on board Rhapsody include:

  • Furuno Navnet 3D
  • 4/Furuno 17-inch Monitors
  • Furuno dual 12 kW Navnet Radars
  • 6-foot open-array Furuno dual WASS GPS
  • Furuno digital fishfinder/sounder
  • Furuno F150 instruments
  • Icom VHF radio w/command mic & remote
  • Simrad autopilot w/ handheld remote backup
  • Nauticomp PC computer
  • WXWorx XM satellite weather
  • Skymate Senrtymate system
  • Panasonic PABX intercom phone system
  • Elbex CCTV Cameras
  • FLIR Nightvision
  • Northern Lights 30 kW generator
  • Northern Lights 20 kW generator

Where is Rhapsody located? The yacht is currently lying in Chesapeake, Virginia.  

Take the next step: Contact Worth Avenue Yachts, 1-561-833-4462,

Quick Specifications

  • Length Overall: 94′
  • Maximum Beam: 21’7″
  • Fuel Capacity: 4,000 Gal.
  • Draft: 6’4″