Approaching the last stages of construction and completion, a trideck by Hargrave, the Hargrave E 116, can cruise with your friends and family aboard next spring. Due to her owner’s decision to build larger, the yacht is available for sale—and some customization both inside and outside.
This 116-foot (35.35-meter) megayacht follows in the footsteps of other Hargraves constructed in Europe, including Baba’s. Although the majority of Hargraves are built in Taiwan, the brand has always maintained that customers can choose other shipyards.
Featuring a hull design by Jack Sarin Naval Architects, the Hargrave E116 suits families and friends who like shallow waters. Draft is just 6 feet (1.9 meters), in fact, ideal for the Bahamas. Of course, she can take you on adventures up and down the continental United States coasts, too. It’s thanks to an approximate range of 1,200 nautical miles at 11 knots. At her continuous cruising speed of 18 knots, meanwhile, the megayacht should be capable of an 800-nautical-mile range. The twin 1,900-hp Caterpillar engines should provide a maximum speed of 21½ knots.
Wherever you ultimately cruise, you can invite a nice crowd to join you. Five guest staterooms are onboard, amid the 26-foot (7.92-meter) beam. You get a full-beam suite on the main deck as well. Other creature comforts include a beach club, and a kitted-out sundeck that not only has a bar and dining area, but also a hot tub and a dayhead.
The Hargrave E 116 comes in at 299 gross tons, specifically to make it easier for U.S. Coast Guard documentation and therefore U.S. flagging. Furthermore, she meets RINA’s unrestricted-navigation notation requirements as well as the MCA requirements permitting her to charter.
The asking price is $17.6 million. Delivery can take place early next year.
In related news, Hargrave recently finished Hyperion, a similar-size megayacht. She’s heading stateside from the Eastern Med this month.
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