Motor yacht Murphy’s Law is an escape to a luxury self-contained world, offering those who desire attentive service and wonderful times unforgettable charters to the Bahamas. Built in 1998 by American shipyard Delta Marine, the 38m underwent a refit in 2006 and sleeps eight guests in four cabins.
Stepping board, her thoughtfully designed layout is immediately apparent; the many social areas from formal to casual catering perfectly to families or couples. Al fresco dining can be enjoyed on any of the three decks, while a more formal option can be found inside.
The lower deck guest accommodations are decorated in warm, subtle tones and bright, light cherry joinery offer a soothing ambiance for eight guests on the lower deck.
Outside, the luxury vessel’s large deck spaces are just as welcoming. For ultimate relaxation, the upper deck is a private space offering a Jacuzzi and several sunbathing areas. When the sun burns just a little too bright, guests can head inside to the air-conditioned skylounge and take advantage of the entertainment system or board games.
Motor yacht Murphy’s Law is powered by Twin Detroit DDEC 16V 92TA engines that allow her to reach a maximum speed of 18 knots and cruise comfortably at 12. Featuring a dedicated crew of five headed by Captain Lee Danielson, she is an excellent charter yacht for luxury vacations.
Luxury charter yacht Murphy’s Law sleeps eight guests in four cabins.
All guest accommodations are located on the lower deck.
Master suite: Amidships – Features a King-size bed; LCD TV/DVD/CD; and his and hers marble en suite.
VIP suite: Starboard - Features a Queen-size bed; LCD TV/DVD/CD; vanity; desk area; and en suite with large shower
2 x Twin suites: Each features twin beds; LCD TV/DVD/CD; and en suite heads with large showers.
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