Northrop & Johnson Sells 40m Superyacht SERQUE

By George Bains

Northrop & Johnson has announced the sale of the 40.54 metre superyacht SERQUE, with yacht broker Kristen Klein acting on behalf of the seller.

Serque was originally custom-built by Broward and launched in 1995. In 2008, the current owner completely rebuilt the superyacht to update her to modern standards of onboard luxury. During the rebuild, she was stripped all the way back to her hull plating and superstructure, and her owner has invested $25 million on the yacht over the years.

The 40.54m superyacht boasts a classic interior design styled by Viareggio-based Genesis Yachtline. The warm and welcoming interior guest areas give the yacht great charter value, with plenty of opulent spaces for entertaining and relaxing.

Serque can accommodate up to 13 guests in 6 beautiful and spacious staterooms. One the main deck, the master suite is outfitted with a king-size bed, desk with pop-up vanity and a built-in divan. The master suite also comes complete with a lavish en-suite bathroom, including a Jacuzzi, seamless glass shower and his-and-hers granite vanities.

The other suites comprise of a split-level VIP (also with Jacuzzi), two king-bed staterooms, a twin-bed stateroom and a single-bed stateroom, providing plenty of flexibility for guests. Each stateroom has custom mahogany Sapele wood and features Botticino stone with mosaic borders, Italian high-gloss furniture and luxurious silk and chenille fabrics.

The expansive outdoor decks provide phenomenal opportunities for guests to immerse themselves in the outdoor environment. A large main deck aft bar is perfect for unwinding under the sun, and also offers al fresco dining facilities. Forward on the foredeck is a lovely seating area while Serque is also blessed with a spacious sundeck with an eisenglass enclosure from midship forward.

By George Bains
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