July 17, 2024

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Westport Yachts‘ 34.1-metre motor yacht Ubiquitous sold with Jason Dunbar of Luke Brown Yachts representing the buyer, and Duncan Bray of Superyacht Sales and Charter standing in for the seller. Ubiquitous yacht anchoredUbiquitous was delivered in 2012 and has been impeccably maintained by her owner, and has only been used privately. This is the first time that the motor yacht has passed hands and has only just returned to U.S. waters, following an excursion around Australia.Ubiquitous yacht saloonUbiquitous yacht stateroomUbiquitous yacht bathroomThe flybridge yacht was designed by her U.S.-builder, Westport, while it was Jack Sarin Naval Architects that penned her hull. Ubiquitous is constructed out of GRP and offers just over 200 GT of interior volume. In terms of performance, she has twin MTU engines that deliver a cruising speed of 22 knots and a top speed of 25 knots. Ubiquitous yacht deck Ubiquitous yacht flybridgeUbiquitous yacht flybridgeUbiquitous was sold with a last known asking price of $9,100,000. Ubiquitous yacht anchored

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