Sold: Oceanfast’s 31m motor yacht High Line

Written by Alexander Griffiths
20 May 2022 | 05:15 ()

Oceanfast’s 31.08-metre motor yacht High Line sold in Fort Lauderdale, United States. Victoria Ojeda of Florida Yachts International introduced the buyer to this 1989-launched yacht, while it was Justin Nystedt and Joe Lazzara of Denison Yachting who represented the buyer.

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Bannenberg & Rowell Design handled the design of this Australian-built yacht, directing her interior and exterior styling. Her naval architecture, however, came from  Phil Curran Design’s drawing board.

With 151 GT and three staterooms, comprising an owner’s area and two guest suites, High Line can comfortably accommodate as many as six guests. High Line has been well maintained over the years and undertaken a number of refit appointments, her most recent being in 2018.

In terms of performance, High Line cruises at 22 knots and is capable of reaching speeds of up to 27.5 knots, thanks to twin twelve-cylinder MTU engines with 1,800 horsepower each. In 2006 High Line was equipped with Rolls Royce KaMeWa water jets.

High Line was asking $1,659,000 at the time of her sale.