The 39.62 meter Westport motor yacht Lady Pegasus was sold by Marty Isenberg of Gilman Yachts and OneWater Yacht Group.
Designed by William Garden, the tri-deck was built in GRP by US shipyard Westport and delivered in 2011 as the 33rd hull in the shipyard’s Westport 130 series. The standard layout includes five cabins for 10 guests with a master suite on the main deck and four double cabins on the lower deck, all with full bathrooms. The crew quarters accommodate seven crew members.
Lady Pegasus asked for $15,850,000
The interiors, designed in-house by Westport, are finished in a traditional style with satin Sapele and gloss Mahogany joinery. The main saloon includes an entertainment area with seating and an entertainment center as well as a chart table. The dining room is forward of the saloon and can accommodate up to 10 guests with sideboards to port and starboard.
The sky lounge provides another cozy space to relax with a working fireplace, beverage bar and 16-bottle wine cellar, as well as a 55-inch Samsung TV paired with surround sound speakers. Sliding doors allow easy access to outdoor terrace spaces from the sky lounge.
The outdoor areas offer a large bar covered by a custom hardtop and multiple alfresco lounge areas, as well as alfresco dining, BBQ and hot tub on the flybridge.
Two 2,735 hp MTU diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 20 knots and a top speed of 22 knots with a range of 3,000 nautical miles.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Lady Pegasus asked for $15,850,000.