‘Happy Hour’ Is a Pedigreed Italian That Promises a Good Time

‘Happy Hour’ Is a Pedigreed Italian That Promises a Good Time

Published: March 14, 2019 | By: American Luxury Staff

Motoryacht Happy Hour has a motivated seller, and the recent price chop to prove it: the ask has been reduced from $3.4 million to $2.85 million.

The half mil cut is significant. Happy Hour was built by Italian yard Azimut Yachts; she is a 116’ Flybridge, representing the builder’s top tier for the design and the largest flybridge in class. Her lines are distinctly Italian: graceful, pure, and aggressive. A generous beam makes for unusually spacious interiors for a yacht her size.

Happy Hour has seen a comprehensive refit in recent years. The long list of revisions includes a new 16’ Avon Tender and launching system, engine and generator service, and a renewed class survey.

This yacht sleeps eleven guests and seven crew; she sports five staterooms, including a full-beam master suite and on-deck VIP accommodations. Formal dining seats 12, and there is a full onboard bar with fridge and icemaker. Her Carlo Galeazzi-designed interiors were refit in 2014 according to an aesthetic that emphasizes large, bright, open space, and plentiful wood grain. Graceful, flowing lines, and atmospheric backlighting add to the appeal.

An unusual opportunity to acquire a desirable yacht at an attractive price.

   
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