Spencer Sportfish BAD DADDY Sold

Posted June 2, 2020 in Brokerage & New Build by Morgan Crowe

Northrop & Johnson is delighted to announce the sale of the 76-foot (23.1m) BAD DADDY. Yacht Broker Kevin Kramer acted on behalf of the buyer.

BAD DADDY is a fishing machine that was built by Spencer Yachts in 2006. This custom Carolina sportfish has many upgrades, and everything needed to travel the world fishing the most sought after and remote fishing destinations. The sportfish is equipped with twin MTU 16V2000 M93 engines with 41-knot top speed and a 31-knot cruising speed — she also houses 3,300 gallons of fuel and has an astounding range.

Rigged to fish, BAD DADDY features a spacious cockpit with a Teak Bluewater Hybrid fighting chair with offset pedestal and freshwater washdown hookup. The cockpit has Wicked Wells, a live well and a tuna pump — and so guests can wait for the next fish in comfort the sportfish has a comfortable mezzanine with air conditioning. On the flybridge is a fully equipped helm as well as seating.

BAD DADDY’s interior is timeless and luxurious with stunning Anigre wood and rich chocolate brown custom leather sofas. The yacht’s main salon has tremendous space and provides the perfect retreat after a day of fishing. BAD DADDY’s main salon has ample seating, a coffee table that converts into a dining table, and an entertainment center with three TVs. The main salon opens to the galley creating an exceptional space for socializing. The galley is well-equipped with ample storage and refrigeration and has a center island with bar stools.

This custom Spencer sportfish offers four well-appointed and comfortable staterooms. BAD DADDY has a full-beam master stateroom, which is rare on a sportfish of her size. The stateroom has a king-size bed as well as an en-suite bath with his-and-her sinks. The additional staterooms aboard include a queen VIP stateroom, a stateroom with an upper queen berth and single lower V-berths and a stateroom with upper and lower berths. A bathroom accompanies each of the boat’s staterooms.

For more information, please contact Press@NorthropandJohnson.com. For yachts for sale with Kevin Kramer, click here.

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