$500,000 Price Drop on 100-Foot Hargrave

The yacht Sunny now has an asking price of $7.9 million.

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New asking price for the 100-foot Hargrave-built Sunny: $7.9 million.Hargrave Custom Yachts

Hargrave Custom Yachts has just announced a $500,000 price drop on the 2017 build Sunny. She's a 100-footer lying in Fort Lauderdale, now with an asking price of $7.9 million.

Sunny is a raised pilothouse design that has four staterooms, an extended flybridge deck with a hot tub, a country kitchen-style galley, and décor by Interiors by Shelley.

Power comes from a pair of 1,800-horsepower Caterpillar C32s that reportedly have just 130 hours on them. Cruising speed is 20 knots, with a top hop of 24 knots. Stabilizers are by Naiad.

At the helm are a slew of Furuno marine electronics, including a Navpilot autopilot. Aft, there’s a 17-foot AB tender that launches with a 2,000-pound davit.

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Sunny is a raised-pilothouse deign with four staterooms and a country kitchen-style galley. The enclosed helm (above) ensures cruising comfort in any weather.Hargrave Custom Yachts

Hargrave’s team is offering a sweetener in addition to the price drop, for anyone who purchases the yacht before year’s end: “We’ll even include an experienced Hargrave captain to help you get off on the right foot in 2019, along with complimentary dockage at our facility here in Fort Lauderdale,” the builder stated in a press release.

Buy now, pay later: Hargrave also offers a deferred closing plan.