It usually takes more than a few dollars to live on a floating home in the Puget Sound area. But if you're looking to step up to the next level, might we interest you in an 83-foot yacht that comes with its own private 100-foot boathouse in Salmon Bay? PSBJ had a chance to step aboard Port Blakely chairman Jim Warjone's big boat, named Christine K in honor of his wife, and has quite a few tales to tell...
The Christine K has two wet bars, four staterooms, a engine room and workroom that's easy to stand up and walk around in, a galley that looks like a full-sized farm kitchen, heads fitted with Italian Carrara marble, an enormous single-level salon and so much more. If you could measure the space on this 83-footer, it would likely come in at more than 2,000 square feet. With its artwork, furnishings and turnkey feel, it's like walking into a well executed home, right off the cover of "House Beautiful," or "Architectural Digest." It's the stuff that some dreams are made of. And it's always fun to dream. Per the listing on YachtCouncil, the boat layout features four staterooms, a walk-in engine room, enormous single level salon, and a gourmet galley "unlike any other."
The yacht is currently available for $499K, marked down from the original $570K price. If you've got another $500K, they'll throw in the boathouse and moorage.
· Come aboard: Port Blakely chairman's yacht for sale [PSBJ]
· Christine K [YachtCouncil]