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2005 82′ Leclercq Pilothouse

by Randy Woods
Photo Courtesy of Worth Avenue Yachts
Photos Courtesy of Worth Avenue Yachts

With a super sleek, swept back silhouette, designed by Apollonio Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering Services, this 2005 LeClercq certainly has speed as one of its top selling points. Its twin Detroit Diesel 12V92s produce 1,100 hp, allowing it to cruise smoothly at 17 knots and go to 24 knots on a full sprint. But behind the speed, this LeClercq 82’ superyacht, called Sea Spur, also provides meticulous luxury and refinement.  

Entering from the aft SeaLift hydraulic swim step, you are greeted by an airy gathering space, with curved staircases framing the lazarette door and leading to an elevated cockpit. Two forward-facing, cushioned settings are paired with a central wooden table. Wraparound decks lead to the bow while a steep ladder-staircase goes up to the open skybridge above. 

Moving forward on the main deck, you pass through a sliding-glass door to a minimalist, carpeted salon, featuring a sofa and armchair combo to starboard, a central coffee table with a nestled ottoman, and an LCD TV that rises from a wooden entertainment center cabinet. Forward of the salon is the dining area, with a glass table to starboard that can accommodate eight people, facing a wet bar to port. Another three steps up forward is the galley, equipped with GE Profile appliances, including an electric oven, a five-burner stove, a full-size refrigerator, a dishwasher, and a convection/microwave oven. Wide stone countertops extend aft to form a breakfast bar with two movable stools to starboard. Windows allow for plenty of natural light to brighten the whole salon/dining/galley area.

Aft of the breakfast bar, a floating chrome staircase leads to the skybridge helm, which includes two Stidd helm chairs facing a modernist, stainless steel ship’s wheel and a padded console. Navigation equipment includes Icom VHF radios, a Ritchie compass, ComNav Marine 2001 autopilot, two Garmin repeaters, and a Furuno GP32 GPS Navigator. Other electronics include controls for the Westmar stabilizers and bow and stern thrusters. Aft of the helm, the carpeted, enclosed skybridge has a port-side, L-shaped settee around a fixed table. Opposite the seating area is a U-line refrigerator/ice maker and another mini-wet bar, creating another cozy socializing space. The aft half of the skybridge is an open-air deck with a Steelhead Marine 2,000-pound-capacity davit for a tender (not included).

On the lower deck, the staircase descends from the galley to the four staterooms. The aft master stateroom includes an LCD TV, an angled king-sized berth, and an en suite head and shower, plus a mirrored vanity desk. The VIP stateroom forward in the bow has a queen berth, en suite head and shower, and its own LCD TV. Two other guest accommodations feature a double berth suite to port and two single bunk beds in the starboard suite. Both share a guest head and shower. Aft of the guest staterooms are the crew quarters for two, with its own galley and access to the lazarette and engine room.

Specs & Info

LOA 82’0” · Beam 18’6” · Draft 4’6”
Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black)
1,980 gal. / 400 gal. / 150 gal.


Twin Detroit Diesel 12V92


Worth Avenue Yachts
Seattle, WA
Ray Prokorym

Photo Courtesy of Worth Avenue Yachts
Photo Courtesy of Worth Avenue Yachts

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