At $14.99 million ask, this 131’ tri-deck motor yacht represents a positive bargain on the superyacht market.
Built by Sunseeker in 2016, Take 5 is in perfect condition, and is designed with Sunseeker’s characteristic emphasis on comprehensive luxury and devastating visuals. She offers five distinct and separate outdoor entertaining spaces. There’s a traditional aft deck lounge, an upper aft deck area with large sunpads, forward of that is a comfortable settee with a two-man swing suspended from the hardtop, followed by a large Jacuzzi surrounded by sunpads, on the foredeck is a cocktail/dining area with sunpads adjacent, and the piece de resistance is a fantastic swim platform beach with more lounges and a launch pad for the tenders and toys.
This yacht’s interior is accented with a gloss wenge wood, providing an intricate contemporary styling. In the upper deck salon, a custom water wall draws the eye, while a generous L-shaped settee offers visions of extravagant comfort; a wet bar keeps options open. A serving pantry with dumb waiter provides easy access to sustenance.
The main salon features cabinetry and backlit shelving in wenge, Fendi sofas, and formal dining for 18 guests; a discreet passage to the butler’s pantry and galley makes for fluid service. Take 5 can accommodate 12 overnight guests in five staterooms, and she has seven heads on board.
Take 5 is powered by twin MTU M93 diesel engines; each produces up to 3180 horsepower. She also boasts a full complement of deck equipment, toys, and tenders.