Designed by Ed Monk, stoutly built by Westport Yachts, and available from Worth Avenue Yachts, this classic stunner is beautifully equipped for extended cruising.
Known as Pacific Shadow II, this sophisticated 1982 classic was built by Westport Yachts and extensively refitted over the many years it served as a Pacific Northwest charter. Designed by the legendary Ed Monk, the luxury motoryacht is fully equipped with stabilizers for long cruises as far as Alaska, with five luxurious staterooms and ample room for entertaining up to 12 guests.
Grand double doors provide an elegant entry to the salon, which is paneled in Hawaiian Koa wood and has a large bar that can serve up to five liquors on tap. For relaxing, the salon has a love seat, coffee table, electric fireplace, and two couches from which a 43” Panasonic HD television can be enjoyed, along with Sirius radio and a Bose surround sound system.
Full gourmet meals can be prepared in the spacious galley, equipped with a double stainless-steel sink, Black Beauty granite countertops, and an island with a Kitchen Aid four-burner stove top and oven. Other galley appliances include a SubZero refrigerator, a Frigidaire top-loading freezer, a Sharp convection microwave, a Bosch dishwasher, and a Kitchen Aid trash compactor.
The pilothouse is replete with teak paneling and includes a cushioned settee aft of the helm. In 2014, the helm was fitted with Nobeltec Navigation, Furuno FR-2115BB 72-mile radar with ARPA and monitor, and four 17” screens. Other recent upgrades to the helm include a Raymarine 48-inch Open Array Super HD digital radar system, an Intellian satellite system, 15.4-inch glass MFD touchscreen displays, and multiple i70 Multifunction color displays. Pacific Shadow II is powered by twin Detroit Diesel 12V71TI engines, with 2,620 original hours of use, plus stern and bow thrusters.
The large flybridge has a notable design history. Originally built as a helipad for a light helicopter, the aft deck was later converted with a hot tub, but now features a roomy lounge, a fully equipped bar, a BBQ, a pop-up TV, and U-shaped dinette, all covered with a new bimini top.Decks all feature synthetic teak, with the side decks all around the perimeter, and two L-shaped navy seating areas with varnished pedestal tables. The foredeck has upholstered bench seating, while aft-deck seating is protected on all sides with a Strataglass enclosure. The aft deck also holds a 13-foot, center-console tender with a new Nick Jackson davit.
Down a circular stairway is the master stateroom, which boasts a Brazilian rosewood desk, an Italian swivel desk chair, and a California king-size berth. The master head includes a double sink, a double marble shower, and a steam room. The VIP stateroom has an en suite head, while the two oak-paneled guest staterooms feature three single bunks and shared access to a guest head with a shower.
Specs & Info
LOA 82’0” · Beam 20’0” · Draft 6’0”
3,000 gal. / 600 gal. / 500 gal.
Twin Detroit 12V71TI Diesels
Worth Avenue YachtsSeattle, WA