Northrop & Johnson is delighted to announce the sale of the 58-foot (17.68m) REVERENCE by Yacht Broker Jim Elliott, who represented the seller.
Built by Tayana in 2006, REVERENCE is an exceptional cutter rig that was built for short-handed offshore sailing. The yacht features naval architecture by Peter Beeldsnijder. In 2017 the sailing yacht underwent a refit to prepare her for exploring the South Pacific. During her refit, all rigging, standing, running, blocks and clutches were replaced. The refit also encompassed upgrading her sails, including a new storm jib.
REVERENCE’s interior offers all the comforts of home, making it an ideal space for extended cruising. The beautiful interior is finished in satin teak joinery and teak and holly cabin soles. The open and airy salon features a large U-shaped settee that is perfect for dining and socializing. Opposite of the settee is additional seating. Aft of the salon is a navigation station and a door leading to a storage locker with mechanical access to the generator and engine room. REVERENCE also has a well-equipped galley perfect for making meals underway.
The luxury sailing yacht offers accommodations for six guests in three well-appointed cabins. REVERENCE has an aft master cabin with a centerline queen berth, ample storage and an en-suite bath with a shower stall. The additional cabins located forward include a VIP with a centerline double berth and a cabin with upper and lower berths. The two cabins share a guest bath, with the VIP having a private entrance.
On deck, sailing yacht REVERENCE has a cockpit that can be fully enclosed to provide protection from the elements and the utmost comfort while sailing. The cockpit has wrap-around seating for relaxing and socializing.