N&J APAC sells 72ft Princess in Thailand
Martin Holmes of Northrop Johnson Asia-Pacific has sold Gifzy, a 72ft Princess motor yacht, which will head from Thailand to Turkey.
Gifzy in Thailand
Northrop & Johnson has announced the sale of the 72ft Princess Gifzy by Yacht Broker Martin Holmes, acting on behalf of the seller. Based in Phuket, Holmes is General Manager of both Northrop & Johnson Asia-Pacific and Lee Marine, which was founded by Joshua Lee in 1997 and has owned the regional licence for the global brokerage house since 2018.
The buyer of Gifzy is based in Turkey and was represented by Ridvan Albay of Asia Yat Center. The last asking price for the 22m yacht was US$1,875,000 and Sevenstar will transport it from Phuket in April.
Gifzy offers plenty of alfresco spaces including a spacious cockpit with a C-shaped sofa and folding leaf teak table, a flybridge with comfortable seating, shading and sunpads, and a foredeck with spacious bench seating and a recessed sunpad.
The interior includes a saloon with large leather sofas that face each other, a TV on an electric lifter, a dedicated dining area forward portside, and fully equipped galley.
Four guest cabins include a full-beam master stateroom with a sofa, dressing table and two cedar-lined wardrobes plus a built-in safe. The forward VIP has a large double bed with storage beneath, while there’s a starboard cabin with a walkaround double bed, and a portside cabin with twin berths. Each cabin features a Satin Oak finish, contrasting dark timber blinds and leather detailing.
Gifzy features two Seakeeper M8000 gyro stabilisers, a second generator and a full suite of navigational electronics.