Palmer Johnson’s M/Y Four Wishes has undergone a $1 million price reduction at Ocean Independence and is now on the market at a reduced $14.9 million. The 43.9m motoryacht was the first sale of 2015, on 2 January, but was listed for sale again in October 2015 after the current owner – who is believed to be upsizing – undertook some refit work.
Four Wishes was built in 2004 and underwent a mechanical and paint refit in 2014, followed by additional work – a full interior and exterior soft goods refit – in 2015, which was overseen by A La Mer Inc. in Fort Lauderdale.
43.9m Four Wishes
Amongst the work completed is the replacement of the main salon, sky lounge and master suite furnishings with new carpeting, new custom-detailed upholstery and crafted tables and ottomans, harmonising effectively with the interior décor.
One of the rejuvenating aspects of the exterior soft goods is the new teak hi-gloss two-piece dining table fashioned for the aft deck, along with imported Italian folding director’s chairs.
The interior styling was completed by Patricia Andrews, who designed her with charter minded considerations – she is able to sleep 10 guests over five double staterooms (two of which are convertible to bunks/twins), comprising an en-suite full-beam master stateroom with a private study on the main deck.
In addition, there is an office on the bridge deck with a pull-out, day head and shower. The accommodation versatility is testament to her impressive charter history, which is a valuable proposition for any prospective owner. She is currently based in Fort Lauderdale and is also available for charter with Ocean Independence.
Last time she appeared on the market, she lasted 5 months before being sold, so – given her recent upgrades in addition to her reduced asking price – she is likely to be a yacht in high demand from both a charter and sales viewpoint.