The team at 26 North Yachts sends word that the owner of the 100-foot Cheoy Lee Happiness just dropped his asking price by $495,000. The new asking price is $3.495 million.
Happiness is a 2007 build that was refitted in 2018. According to the brokerage firm: “After acquiring Happiness last year, her owner addressed every single item that came up on her pre-purchase survey; then he opted to refresh and update virtually every facet of the yacht. The vast majority of this work was completed between July and October 2018, though notable work has taken place through May 2019.”
The engine room houses twin 1,650-horsepower Caterpillar C32s showing 4,459 hours apiece. Top speed, according to the brokerage firm, is 22 knots, with a cruising speed of 18 knots. Range is listed as nearly 1,800 nautical miles.
For fishing fans, the cockpit has a live well and rod holders. Inside, the master stateroom is on the main deck with three additional guest staterooms belowdecks. The sky lounge has a raised observation area for views out over the bow.
What work was done in the most recent refit periods? The list is several pages long. It includes everything from new VHF radio antennas to new carpeting and the installation of LED lighting.
Take the next step: contact a sales broker at 26northyachts.com