This custom-raised pilothouse motor yacht was made by the well-known shipyard Hargrave and put into service in 2010. Since then, it has been kept up to the highest standards. She was fixed up in 2018, and her owners and crew have taken very good care of her. She is now ready for her new owners.
With a classic, timeless exterior and a stunning, modern interior by Hargrave, she is the perfect motor yacht for spending time with family and friends. She has a good mix of indoor and outdoor spaces and can comfortably fit up to eight guests. A crew of six will take care of them, which is a good crew-to-guest ratio. As soon as you step on board, you can tell that she was built with comfort and luxury in mind because of how warm and friendly the atmosphere is.
In her interior design, she uses high-end materials like high-gloss wood and marble, which add to her elegant and warm atmosphere.
The large and open main saloon, which is on the main deck, is one of the most important places to hang out. Large panoramic windows on both sides let in a lot of natural light and connect the living room to the formal dining room. Mirrored ceilings make the saloon feel even bigger, and elegant sofas and armchairs in the main saloon invite people to sit down and relax. The living room has sliding glass doors that lead out to the main deck aft, where there is another casual dining table for eating outside. Steps led down to her aft beach club, which had sun loungers and a day head for a day of fun on the open water. In the formal dining room, there is a table that seats up to eight people. Her new owners will love the full-beam master stateroom, which is at the front of the main deck and has a separate lounge area, bathroom, and large closets.
Her sundeck is for fun and getting to know people. It has a full bar with seats and a U-shaped sofa for outdoor seating. It has room for a tender or a jacuzzi, so it’s a great place to relax with loved ones in the sun after a long day of exploring. The lower deck has four staterooms, including a VIP stateroom with a full-beam king bed, two twin staterooms, and a queen stateroom that can be turned into two twins. Each stateroom has a private bathroom with a marble shower that can be shared with friends or rented out. Behind the beach club is where the engine room is on CynderElla. The crew quarters and other amenities are upfront on the lower deck. She is powered by two Caterpillar Diesel engines, which give her a top speed of 20 knots and a speed of 15 knots for cruising.