Northrop & Johnson is delighted to announce the sale of the 59-foot (17.98m) ROPEWALK by yacht broker Bill Titus, acting on behalf of the seller.
Grand Banks built ROPEWALK in 2006 as part of their 59 Aleutian Series. The yacht was built for an experienced yachtsmen and owner of Thrane and Thrane Marine and Aviation Electronics. His experience, high-quality precision and closeness in working with Grand Banks is evident throughout the yacht. This yacht is perfect for weekend trips or extended cruising with family and friends.
ROPEWALK’s interior showcases casual elegance with beautiful woodwork, solid parquet flooring and a soothing blue color palette. The motor yacht’s interior is comfortable and functional, providing an ideal space for relaxing. The open layout of the main deck also makes the yacht perfect for socializing while cooking or underway. In lieu of a port entry door by the helm, this yacht features a dinette.
Motor yacht ROPEWALK offers accommodations for six guests in three well-appointed staterooms. The luxury yacht features an amidships master with an island queen bed and en-suite bathroom. The additional staterooms aboard include a VIP with a queen bed and a twin-bed stateroom. She has a unique accommodation layout where the guests share a bath. The additional space is used for extra storage.
This Grand Banks motor yacht features a great flybridge with ample seating for spending days lounging and taking in the views. On the main deck aft, ROPEWALK offers options for a variety of configurations, including alfresco dining.
Motor yacht ROPEWALK is a fast trawler, allowing for the considerable ground to be covered in a day. The yacht is equipped with reliable MAN main engines that give her a top speed of 22 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.