HOT ON THE HEELS of a string of multi-million dollar boat sales, Ray White Marine is set to hammer down on a collection of luxury motor yachts including a Johnson 90 Skylounge which is currently on display at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS).
The Johnson 90 will be on display at SCIBS until Sunday before going to auction on May 30.
Brock Rodwell, of Ray White Marine, said the Boat Show would be the perfect opportunity to view the vessel before going to auction.
“There are thousands of marine industry people and boating enthusiasts in town for the Boat Show so we are expecting to get some great traction from this event,” he said.
The impressive Johnson 90 motor yacht features four ensuited staterooms and a separate crew’s quarter and also offers a bar area, formal dining, lounge and expansive entertaining deck.
The vessel measures 90 feet and cruises at approximately 19 knots, propelled by twin V10 1500hp MTU 2000 diesel engines.
Also in the auction line-up is a Sunseeker 82 yacht which features an air-conditioned hardtop cockpit, indoor/outdoor saloon and commercial galley.
The Sunseeker 82, currently lying in Sydney, has sleeping for eight guests as well as crew and includes a huge master stateroom with spa bath.
Rounding out the auction showcase is a Gulfcraft 36 Ambassador sports cruiser which features two staterooms and a large cockpit and is powered by twin Volvo D3160 diesel engines.
Ray White Marine is also offering the rare opportunity to secure a 30 metre multi hull marina berth in the exclusive Port of Airlie Marina in central Airlie Beach.
Offered on a 96 year lease, the berth provides direct access to cruise the Great Barrier Reef and its 74 islands.
The latest marine auction showcase follows a string of luxury deals struck by Ray White Marine totalling in excess of $8 million, including an as-new Pershing 64, Sunseeker Predator 64, Manhattan66, Azimut 62S and a Falcon 100-footer.
The four offerings will go to auction at 11am on May 30 at the Arts Centre Gold Coast.
Go to raywhitemarine.net for more information and full vessel specifications.