Below are the latest details shared by the Northrop & Johnson team:
CARMELLA is a classic Sparkman & Stephens built in 1999 by Vitters Shipyard. The sailing yacht has benefitted from a multitude of updates and upgrades, which brought new Awlgrip on her topsides, a new Kohler 24 KWH Generator and all-new B&G electronics, to name a few. CARMELLA’s Redman-Whitley-designed, Herreschoff interior showcases the perfect blend of traditional and Art Deco styling. Six guests are welcome on board in three well-appointed cabins. Her full-beam master stateroom is aft with an adjoining private owner’s cockpit.
Further accommodations include two twin staterooms. The yacht’s traditional styling can be seen throughout her entire interior, from the beautiful woodwork to the soft, neutral linens. CARMELLA offers all the amenities for gracious living onboard, whether in port or far at sea.
Sailing yacht CARMELLA’s elegant full-beam main salon is warm and welcoming. The space features a professional galley with a comfortable bar area, perfect for entertaining guests. The cozy space invites guests to relax on the sofa, have a drink at the bar or enjoy meals together around the dining table. The yacht’s low-profile raised pilothouse has a full helm station with extensive navigation and communication facilities. Guests can sit comfortably and admire the 360-degree views from the windows. CARMELLA’s expansive deck has a comfortable center cockpit that surrounds a teak dining table and helm area. This is an ideal space for guests to enjoy alfresco dining, surrounded by the passing landscapes. The sailing yacht’s elegant profile and bright varnished-teak trim are sure to impress even the most meticulous of yachting enthusiasts.
YATCO wants to congratulate the team at Northrop & Johnson for the sale of the 92 ft (28.17m) Sparkman & Stephens sailing yacht CARMELLA.