The 37.8-meter Broward motor yacht Miss Christine was sold internally at RJC Yacht Sales with the seller represented by Mike Strassel and the buyer presented by Bob Cury.

Built in aluminum by the American shipyard Broward Marine up to ABS class and delivered in 2007 as a Broward 120 ‘model, it features modern interior styling by Evan K Marshall and glossy cherry wood carpentry from Genesis Design. in Italy. Accommodation is for 10 people in five cabins consisting of a master suite on the main deck, a VIP suite, two double bedrooms and a twin bedroom, all with entertainment centers and a private bathroom. private bathroom. In addition, there are quarters for six crew members.

Miss Christine asked for $ 6,995,000

The main deck features a large main living and dining area, gourmet kitchen and a large aft deck with outdoor entertainment and dining for 10 people. Her spacious flybridge offers a new custom Pipewelders hardtop, new Jacuzzi spa tub and granite surfaces throughout, as well as a wet bar and barbecue.

In January 2017, she received new furniture and rugs in the main salon and dining room, as well as custom window treatments, hanging panels and decor items throughout the ship by Architectural Interiors.

She is equipped with all the options of large yachts to include twin Kohler 65KW generators, Naiad stabilizers, bow thruster, Asea power converter and much more. Twin 2000hp MTU diesel engines give it a cruising speed of 20 knots, reaching 22 knots.

Miss Christine requested $ 6,995,000 and will be renamed Camille, available for charter through RJC Yacht Charter.