BAHAMA is a well-known Australian motor yacht designed by respected American naval architect Jack Hargrave and built in Brisbane by Lloyd Ships. Originally delivered to one of Australia's most successful businessmen BAHAMA has enjoyed caring ownership all her life and her current owner is no exception.
BAHAMA is operated and maintained by an experienced professional crew and she is ready to cruise. All you need to do is add provisions, fuel, your guests and then head for a destination of your choice BAHAMA has an approximate range of 3000 nautical miles at 10 knots, she is stabilised, and her efficient Hargrave hull is sea kindly and comfortable. She has visited New Zealand, and many Pacific Islands together with most ports around Australia. The cockpit on BAHAMA is a great feature, it makes boarding a tender easy, offers excellent access to the water for divers and swimmers and is perfect for fishing. Accommodation starts with the full beam owner's stateroom complimented by two spacious guest staterooms all with ensuite whilst the crew accommodation is forward that includes a spacious dinette and easy access to the well-equipped galley. The main saloon, dining and aft deck areas are tastefully decorated and furnished with the comfort of guests in mind and together with the flybridge BAHAMA has room for entertaining on a larger scale be it corporate or private. GLI Brokerage have sold BAHAMA previously and every owner has enjoyed their time with on board this comfortable motor yacht. She is for sale only due to a change in the current owners cruising plans so there is an opportunity to buy a proven, ready to cruise, pedigreed Australian motor yacht at a price that is in line with the current market.
Gold Coast Region Main Beach QLD
Jack Hargraves Palm Beach USA
Lloyds Shipyard Brisbane Queensland
90' 0" - 27.44m
130.89 gross tonnes
Dual 500HP Detroit 8V92TTA diesel shaft drives
2nd Engine Hrs
12 knots approximately
10 knots approximately
45 KVA Perkins and 22 KVA Perkins
3 doubles (master queen, guest x 2 plus single berth in each) sleeping 8 plus crew captains oversized single plus crew cabins with 2 bunks x 2 sleeping 5