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Worth Avenue Yachts
Motoryacht STARSHIP is a 143’ (43.58m) luxury yacht for sale, built and launched by yacht builder Van Mill. Delivered to a knowledgeable yacht owner in 1988 and refit in 2020, this luxury yacht sleeps up to 12 guests in 4 staterooms and has accommodations for 9 crew.
Currently located in Fort Lauderdale, FL at Seahaven Superyacht Marina - call for an appointment!
STARSHIP has been carefully maintained since new by several prominent yachting families. Accommodations include 5 staterooms comfortably berthing 12 guests and 7 heads including a day head on the main deck and bridge deck. In 2003/2004, she had an $8m refit including new interior furnishings, full paint job, and 8’ sundeck extension, and new 3512B Caterpillar engines were installed (2003). In 2006, new Quantum Marine Zero Speed stabilizers were installed. In 2015, a $2m refit was done including full paint and interior soft goods for the main salon. Her refit in 2020 featured a skylounge remodel, bottom paint, 2 x new 10-ton chillers installed, and many more. See complete list below.
She cruises at 11 – 13 knots with a maximum of 17 knots and her KaMeWa waterjet propulsion gives her a very smooth ride with a 7’ (2.1 meter) draft. STARSHIP is ready to go cruising with her new owners.
Stepping on board the swim platform, moving forward and centerline up a double wide staircase to the aft main deck. There is seating for six guests with a table on both the port and starboard side facing forward. Walking forward through double sliding glass doors you enter the main salon with bench seating on the port and starboard sides. Further forward to port is a large round glass dining table with seating for six guests. To starboard is a full-service bar with seating for four guests. The backlit onyx bar top is a highlight and topic of conversation. Forward of this is a banquette in the middle with port or starboard walk-around to a couch and four chairs. The mirror on the forward bulkhead reveals the television when retracted.
Going forward to port is the stairway down to the guest accommodations and next to that is the stairway up to the skylounge. Forward is the foyer with storage to starboard. At the forward end of the foyer is the dayhead to starboard and the entrance to the galley to port. Forward of this area are two steps up to a large circular dining area with 270 degree views and a large round dining table for 12 guests. Into the galley and forward to port are the steps leading down to the crew area. Back to the stairs leading down to the guest accommodations is the full beam owner’s suite forward (midship) with large bathroom forward centerline.
Aft to port of the owner’s suite is a queen guest stateroom with pullman berth and ensuite head forward. To starboard is a twin guest stateroom with ensuite head forward. Further aft to port and starboard are matching king VIP staterooms with ensuite heads forward. Back up the stairs to the skylounge you arrive at the forward end with dayhead to starboard. The skylounge has a large U-shaped sofa with two chairs and coffee table. To starboard is a desk with chair and computer. Aft of this to starboard is a 39” television. Moving forward past the dayhead is the captain’s cabin to port and ships office to starboard. Ahead of this is the pilothouse. Opening the aft skylounge door you enter the sky deck with full bar to starboard and to port are the stairs leading up to the sundeck.
Centerline is a large square teak table with seating for 10. Aft of this table are chaise lounges, sofa, and small end tables. Aft of this are jet skis and two 1,000 pound davits. Going up to the sundeck the Jacuzzi is centerline under the arch with seating forward. There is a sunpad starboard of the Jacuzzi and aft of this are large U-shaped seating to port and starboard. Aft of this are more jet skis, an inflatable tender and 2,500 pound davit.
Hull and Deck