Northrop & Johnson is delighted to announce the sale of the 69-foot (21.16m) SUNNY by Northrop & Johnson Yacht Broker Kristen Klein, who acted on behalf of the seller.
SUNNY is a popular Horizon EP69 that was built in 2012. This exceptional motor yacht perfectly blends long-range capabilities with amenities that make her an entertainer’s dream. She boasts a sophisticated expedition styled exterior as well as a bulbous bow.
The luxury motor yacht showcases a contemporary yet timeless interior styling. The space is adorned with high-gloss Cherry wood and granite countertops creating a warm and welcoming ambiance. SUNNY boasts exceptional headroom throughout, which gives her the feeling of a much larger yacht. When her owners took possession of the boat in 2015, they did a total of $500,000 in upgrades, including over $200,000 in upgraded linens, fabrics, and carpets, enhancing her comfort and style.
Motor yacht SUNNY features three impressive and sumptuous staterooms that accommodate six guests. Located aft, her master is a divine space complete with a Zen resort-like en-suite bath that has pocket doors, granite countertops and an abundance of natural light. SUNNY’s additional accommodations include a VIP and a bunked twin-bed stateroom. An en-suite bathroom accompanies both staterooms with granite counters and glass-door showers.
This expedition styled yacht showcases copious deck spaces for enjoying the on-water lifestyle. The flybridge is a dream and the social hub of the yacht. SUNNY’s flybridge features an abundance of seating, two sunpads, a 30-inch HDTV, a fully equipped bar and a barbecue. Aft on the flybridge is space for storing the yacht’s tender. When the tender is deployed the space turns into a heavenly sunbathing area with chaise lounges. Providing shade when desired, SUNNY has a custom, very high-end Multiplex sun awning with Sailcloth fabric and carbon fiber integrated boards and poles. On SUNNY’s main deck aft is a charming space for alfresco dining.
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