Broker Will Noftsinger at Denison Yachting says the owner of the 84-foot Cheoy Lee Scott Free has dropped his asking price. The new price is $1,899,000.
Scott Free is lying in Fort Lauderdale. She’s a 2006 build that spent most of her life in fresh water, until a few years ago. Features include stabilizers, bow and stern thrusters, and a new audiovisual system. A hydraulic swim platform aft holds the tender.
Also noteworthy is that Scott Free was designed with a removable hardtop that can be stowed on the foredeck, should the owner want to cruise the Great Loop and have to reduce air draft to get under bridges.
Inside is a four-stateroom layout with five heads.
In the engine room: Scott Free has twin Caterpillar C30 engines showing 2,200 hours, according to the sales broker. Her cruising speed is reportedly 21 knots with a top hop of 26 knots.
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