Classic Wilmington Boat Works Motor Yacht US$1,500,000

Classic Wilmington Boat Works Motor Yacht
Classic Wilmington Boat Works Motor Yacht
Classic Wilmington Boat Works Motor Yacht
Classic Wilmington Boat Works Motor Yacht

Listed Price

$1,500,000
approx. $1,500,000
approx. €1.243.168,50
approx. AED5 509 470
approx. $1,952,688
approx. $1,915,629
approx. CHF1,337,179.50
approx. ¥9,740,730
approx. £1,106,905.50
approx. HK$11 630 182,50
approx. kn9.396.300
approx. $29,763,121.50
approx. kr12.911.166
approx. ₽111.261.750
approx. kr12 618 627
approx. ฿45,209,250
approx. R22,944,360
approx. $42,006,751.50
approx. ₱72,103,147.50
approx. Kč32 507 884,50
approx. ₨59,249,997
approx. $1,997,070
approx. $1,254,324
approx. $1.105.950.000
approx. B/.1,500,000
approx. $3,000,000
approx. ₹109,878,522
approx. ¥155,601,500
approx. $4,053,825
approx. $2,109,846
approx. £1,106,905.50
approx. R$7.971.150
approx. ₪4,834,671
approx. ر.ع.577,551
approx. zł5 637 642
approx. $3,056,325
approx. $5.193.392.284,50
approx. Fr148,349,498
approx. $1,500,000
approx. ر.ق5,485,033.50
approx. ₡920.418.681
approx. Ft447 817 500
approx. د.م.13,430,587.50
approx. kr.9.248.295
approx. $1,500,000
approx. ₨290,501,707.50
approx. ₺11.253.000
approx. RM6,078,000
approx. ر.س5,626,713
approx. ₩1 657 934 971,50
approx. $3 034 080
approx. ₲10 333 130 374,50
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Details

  • VAT Type: VAT Excluded
  • Year: 1929
  • Location: United States
  • Length: 105 ft (32 m)
  • Beam: 21 ft (6 m)
  • Draft: 10 ft (3 m)
  • Berths: 0
  • Engines hp: 120
  • Boat type: motor
  • Internal Reference: 7109085

Description

105' | Custom Wilmington Boat Works Classic | 1929

Classic Antique Motor Yacht with Pedigree 

"Sobre Las Olas" was built in Wilmington, California. Built with an unlimited budget, the craftsmanship reflects an era long past. Two of her famous owners were J. Paul Getty and William Randolph Hearst. Over the years she has undergone renovations and was in charter between Seattle, WA and Alaska. At present she is one of the largest antique classics on the West Coast.

The current owners have since added a superstructure over the back deck, installed new wiring and plumbing throughout, but decided to keep the original 1929 Atlas Imperial diesel engines. It is said that there are only four of these engines left in existence to this day. A similarly constructed engine from the same era currently sits in the Smithsonian Institute.

Notable Features:

  • 1920's Atlas Imperial Engines, twin screw diesel, direct-reversible 
  • Upgraded modern kitchen
  • Simrad Electronics and Autopilot 
  • Raked Stem, Round Bilges, Fantail Stern
  • Major Renovation has Taken Place Over Past Ten Years

Premium Seller

For Sale by

Denison Yacht Sales

850 NE 3rd Street
#205
33004
Dania Beach
United States
Member since 2010

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