Northrop & Johnson announced this week that the company has sold the 32m CBI motor yacht Indigo. Currently staying in Fort Lauderdale, the vessel has travelled around the North and South American continents and circumnavigated the world during a six-year voyage.
The pocket explorer yacht was built by CBI Navi in Italy in 1998 and is designed to accommodate seven guests between a master suite, one double cabin and one twin cabin, along with six crew members across five further cabins.
With a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Indigo has a gross tonnage of 224 tons. Her two 700hp Alaska Diesel Lugger L6170 engines power the craft to a maximum speed of 12 knots, with a cruising speed of 11. Even at full speed, a maximum range of 4,000 nautical miles is achievable due to her 33,687-litre fuel tanks.
Indigo was listed at an asking price of $3,399,000.
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