New price reduction on the Northcoast Fugitive motor yacht
The 38.28-meter Northcoast motor yacht Fugitive, offered for sale by Shannon McCoy and Michael Mahan at Worth Avenue Yachts, received a further price reduction of $ 500,000.
Built in GRP by the American shipyard Northcoast to a design by Paul Frederickson, Fugitive was delivered in 2014 and most recently refitted in 2018. Adriel Design was responsible for an eco-friendly Colombian rosewood interior that accommodates 10 guests in five cabins including a full-width master suite on the main deck, two VIP suites, one double and one twin with a Pullman berth. All guest cabins have entertainment centers, Samsung TV screens and en-suite bathrooms, while the crew quarters can accommodate six people aboard this yacht for sale.
Fugitive now asking for $ 10,950,000
Forward of the main deck saloon is a relaxed seating area with a 63 inch Samsung plasma TV screen and full entertainment center. A vaulted ceiling offers nine feet of elegant ceiling height. The dramatic staircase rising from the main deck foyer to the cockpit appears to be suspended in the air. In reality, it’s designed with polished stainless steel and state-of-the-art cables, delivering high-tech drama with its intricate angles.
Outside, the front part of the terrace has a control station flanked on each side by generous wrap-around seats. The midsection features a large Jacuzzi hot tub on the starboard side and a bar on the port side with a barbecue, sink, ice maker and refrigerator. Its top speed is 24 knots and it offers a maximum cruising range of 2,750 nautical miles at 12 knots with power from two Caterpillar C-32-ACERT diesel engines of 1,925 hp.
Fugitive is now asking $ 10,950,000.