Northrop & Johnson is delighted to announce the sale of the 84-foot (25.76m) ISLANDER. The explorer yacht was sold within two months of being listed with Yacht Broker Whit Kirtland; who acted on behalf of the seller.
Built by Northern Marine in 2006, ISLANDER was made for cruising the world and has already proven her safety and reliability with her current owner, who has logged impressive journeys aboard. The explorer yacht was heavily constructed with a fiberglass hull, a heavy steel plate running the length of her keel and a bulb at her bow, ensuring she can brave a variety of conditions. Possibilities for cruising are endless with ISLANDER, who boasts an economical 5,000 nautical mile range.
ISLANDER’s interior space is as impressive as her cruising capabilities. The motor yacht’s interior has a home-like ambiance and an expansive interior volume. The space is timeless with stunning joinery of hand-selected Makore woods as well as high-quality furniture and soft goods. In addition, the yacht features large windows that fill the interior with natural light and provide great views while relaxing in the interior’s comforts. ISLANDER’s interior effortlessly flows with the main salon, dining and galley, creating one ideal space for hosting guests.
The explorer yacht offers accommodations for six guests in three beautifully appointed staterooms. ISLANDER’s master stateroom is located in the most stable and quietest part of the yacht, ensuring her owners have a heavenly retreat. The additional staterooms aboard include an on-deck VIP and a queen-bed stateroom. The motor yacht also offers accommodations for two crewmembers.
ISLANDER’s exterior living spaces are great for enjoying the outdoors. Her flybridge is exceptional with a full helm station, alfresco dining and large hardtop with two sliding hatches for sunlight. Aft is a sizable boat deck to house the yacht’s tender. The explorer yacht also features additional alfresco dining on the main deck aft.