NEW CENTRAL LISTING: M/Y SEA FOREVERRoom, range and efficiency
Built to cruise in remote locations where supplies are not always accessible, the need for room, range, storage and efficiency influenced the yacht’s design and build.
Sea Forever has a 7.2m beam and an imposing bow, rising one-and-a-half decks above the water. Designer Ed Fry incorporated the high, bulbous bow to improve fuel efficiency and reduce pitching. He commented that “She’s built to survive 20-foot waves without shipping water.”
Sea Forever leaves the smallest environmental footprint possible and equipment includes an industrial waste compacter, an aerobic biological sewage treatment system and fuel-efficient propulsion. The two Lugger 500-hp engines by Northern Lights enable Sea Forever to reach a maximum speed of 12 knots, and have nearly a 5,000 mile range at 10 knots. All essential electronics are duplicated on the delightfully large flybridge.
The interior by David Boudreau is finished in soft-hued, unstained maple and flat walls display the wood’s flame-like structure. The overall effect is subtle and airy enhanced by the large windows on all levels.
Sea Forever can accommodate 8 guests in three staterooms on the Main deck in addition to the Master suite on the Bridge deck. The master is completely private and features sizeable windows on port and starboard and a sizeable personal aft deck. Sea Forever consistently feels larger than her 216 GT.
Sea Forever carries two good size tenders and has an extended beach club with a large lazarette kitted out to store scuba gear.
Proven beyond doubt, after undergoing a full refit in 2018, she embarked on an extended cruise of the South Pacific with stops in the Perlas Islands, Panama, the Galapagos and the Marquesas Islands and French Polynesia.
Currently in Tahiti asking $6,500,000, Sea Forever is a comfortable, seaworthy and efficient yacht, punching well above her weight. For more info contact Stuart at +1 954 328 6553 or Stuart.Larsen@fraseryachts.com .
Please note Sea Forever is not for sale to US Residents in US Waters.