Kakawi, a 2011 build with less than 200 hours on her engines, is on the brokerage market.
August 5, 2013
Are you interested in owning a new Marlow motoryacht without waiting the usual three years’ lead time to get one from the builder?
If yes, then you might want to check out the 97-foot Kakawi, a 2011 launch with less than 200 hours on her engines. She just came up for sale on the brokerage market through International Yacht Collection.
Kakawi cruises at 20 knots and has a top speed of 25 knots, powered by twin 1,800-hp Caterpillar C32s. Helm equipment includes a full GMDSS setup as well as a night-vision camera.
Her interior is done in Burmese teak. There are four staterooms onboard, two of them full-beam. Separate quarters for two crew are aft.
Kakawi is currently lying in Newport, Rhode Island. Her asking price is $5.85 million. Contact brokers Mark Elliott and Philip Bell at www.iyc.com.