Northrop & Johnson sells Serenity II, lists Allegria


Florida yacht brokerage firm Northrop & Johnson (N&P) has sold the 29 metre Admiral Marine Works Serenity II motoryacht and has placed Sunseeker Allegria on the market.

Serenity was sold by N&P sales broker Kristen Klein, who acted on behalf of both the seller and the buyer. The yacht was originally launched in 1990 and was refitted last year. She now features new granite countertops, carpeting and a Headhunter waste treatment system.

She can accommodate six guests, and features a full walk-around on both levels and three independent staterooms. She can reach a top speed of 14 knots and has a cruising speed of ten.

The 24.7 metre Sunseeker Allegria (pictured) is being offered for a list price of €2,650,000. The yacht was initially delivered in 2014 to an experienced yachtsman and run by a full-time crew.

Her interior was designed by Ralph Lauren and can accommodate eight guests in four cabins. She features tropical air conditioning and Zero Speed stabilisers, and is powered by twin MTU 12V 2000 diesel engines that achieve a top speed of 30 knots and a cruise speed of 26.