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No Name 120’ is a spectacular yacht with an extensive refit that occurred in 2021-2022, taking over 12 months and close to $2M which has been invested in her. She underwent a complete paint job, top to bottom, with 2 coats of Awlgrip Total Prime 545 and 3 topcoats of Awlcraft 2000 Snow White at the prestigious Roscioli Yachting Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
While out of the water, all underwater components - thru-hull fittings, underwater gear stabilizers, bow thrusters, etc. - were serviced and maintained. Additionally, prior to paint, all deck fittings, cleats and winches were removed, serviced and replaced after paint. Extensive work was also performed on the custom hydraulic swim platform, fire system and other major systems which were updated or serviced. A complete W6 was performed down to crank and bearings and a complete engine rebuild down to zero time by Marine Power in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The engine room also went through a major clean up, refit and all systems were gone through and operation checked and/or serviced.
The 120 North Coast can easily been seen at the Beautiful Hall of Fame Marina in Ft Lauderdale next to Bahia Mar on Ft Lauderdale Beach .
Sleeps 8 in 4 staterooms each with their own head. The main stateroom has a large jacuzzi tub and separate shower; the VIP suite has a tub and shower, and the 2 guest rooms have showers. There is also a large day head. Crew accommodations for 6, including 3 staterooms with 2 heads and 2 showers. The wide body deck layout gives a spacious and open feel.
The custom interior is appointed with premium quality chestnut ash and further accented with Honduras mahogany by Delta Marine. The interior design is by Jonathan Quinn Barnett of Seattle. The salon has a very comfortable bar and lounge area followed by formal dining forward. The interior has a liberal use of cream and brown leathers, off white marble flooring and premium fabrics and carpeting creating a very warm and comfortable interior of understated elegance. The full-service bar is starboard with 3 tall, plush chairs. There is a large sideboard, a cocktail table with storage, an overstuffed sofa and two matching overstuffed chairs to port. The extra-large side windows allow for wonderful natural light into the large salon, dining and forward galley areas.
The pilothouse is accessed via a starboard staircase just aft of the galley. The large “country kitchen style” galley seats 10-12 with a very roomy U-shaped settee forward and split pedestal tables looking aft onto the galley and countertop with bar seating. Forward and down is the VIP suite with ensuite bath. The lower decks, accessed through the staircase just aft of the galley and forward of the pilothouse stairs, offers 2 queen guest suites port and starboard aft and the large full beam main forward, all with ensuite baths and large cedar closets. There is a foyer at the bottom of this staircase with a closet housing one of two washer/dryers on board. The fourth VIP guest stateroom is all the way forward down from the galley with queen berth and ensuite head, shower and bathtub. Crew area is all the way aft of the engine room for maximum privacy accessible from the aft deck or swim platform.
Entering the salon on this wonderful wide beam North Coast/Delta 120' is a refreshing departure from typical yachts this size. Her oversized tinted windows invite you into a casual elegance. From the starboard large marble foyer is a mahogany display wall and access to the country kitchen forward, salon aft and circular stairs below or up to pilothouse.
Entering from the aft deck is through double stainless steel doors which are counterbalanced with windows flanking port and starboard. There is a marble inlay entrance blending with carpet, 2 black lacquered pillars on either side of the door with lighting fixtures and electric fabric shades (also featured in the galley). A full wet bar is starboard with green quartzite countertops, upholstered with tan leather and accompanied by 3 bar stools, on marble flooring. There is a stand-up liquor cabinet enclosed in the aft bulkhead behind the bar. Under bar appliances include a Uline refrigerator with separate Uline icemaker. The sink is gold plate with gold fixtures. Port side of the salon entering from the aft deck there is a sideboard with an overstuffed sofa, 2 matching chairs, 3 occasional chairs with small cocktail tables. The coffee table is leather framed glass top with 2 large storage drawers. Just forward of the sofa is a built-in end table with quartzite top and storage below.
Forward of the bar is the hidden entertainment center under black granite with Samsung 50” 3D HDTV on a hydraulic lift with touch pad remotes. There is also a Hewes AV System, Samsung 3D DVD system, Sony Blue Ray DVD, Pioneer Multimode DVD/DivX HDMI player, Surround AVR1700 receiver with CD player and storage for movies and CD’s. Also features new style KVH VSAT with Direct TV receivers for all areas. There are black granite tops port and starboard with window cabinets. The extra-large walk-in utility room “doghouse” is artfully blended into the mahogany paneled wall at the port salon entrance door adjacent to the large day head forward of the dining area. The electronics room houses the vessels electronics, entertainment systems, amplifiers, SAT receivers, spare parts with extensive storage and GE deep freezer.
The dining table is forward of the main salon with a large round glass top table with service for 8 with stylish cherry and silk high back dining chairs. There is recessed lighting above set in a beautiful Mahogany ceiling valance and chandelier. To port and starboard are built-in counters with granite tops, mahogany panels and mirrored wall sconces with decorative lights and extensive cabinet storage below. Port side has built in china storage and ships model display. The forward bulkhead is beautiful, stained mahogany with artwork. Port side forward is the side entrance door and on deck day head/powder room. Also on port side, behind the panels, is a foul weather locker and large storage room.
The stylish on deck powder room is oversized, elegant and located port side of the salon furthest forward past the large equipment room (doghouse) easily accessible from the port side deck entrance. This head has black granite countertops, gold fixtures and decorative accents with nice cabinetry and marble flooring.
Located on the main deck forward, the galley opens into a country style kitchen arrangement with a U-shaped settee with a split table providing ease of movement around the dining area. The large country kitchen is finished with chestnut ash cabinetry and taupe pebbled color Avonite countertops. Three leather bar stools beautifully complement the countertops. A tremendous view is afforded both port and starboard. Forward of the split dinette is a 46” Samsung HDTV with Boston DS360 speakers with volume control and a B & K subwoofer. There is a stairwell to starboard leading to the VIP suite just forward of this area below deck. A Uline icemaker and 24 bottle wine chiller with dual temperature control compliment the galley bar area as well.
The large pilothouse is accessed from the starboard side. The area is carpeted in neutral tones with ample use of leather treatments. There is a large, raised viewing settee with beige leather upholstery that comfortably seats 6 with a large triple pedestal table and varnished inlaid table. The elegant stainless and leather Crown captain’s chair is centered in front of the instrument panel and steering controls. To port side is the large chart table with navigators’ chair, computer center with ample working space for the captain and plenty of storage for charts, electrical connections and inputs, flags and other navigational necessities. Overhead LED lighting accents the area. There are 4 flush mounted flat LCD screen monitors in the dash. Two computers are interfaced to the GPS units used with or without the Noveltec plotting software.
The large and inviting two level flybridge can be accessed from the aft deck up the stainless steel staircase or from the pilothouse. There is an elaborate very well designed custom fiberglass hardtop arch with hydraulic arch with hydraulic retractable sunroof designed by Murray & Associates of Fort Lauderdale and fabricated by All Points Marine of Fort Lauderdale with a 65” flat wide screen TV that is recessed and drops down for movies under the stars! A true surround sound system is incorporated with sub woofers and 35 overhead LED blue and white lights on dimmers. To port is a large 90-degree wet bar beneath the hardtop with stool seating for 4. Opposite to starboard is a large L-shaped seating area with storage below and split dining tables. Behind the seating is an extra-large counter area adjacent to the stainless barbeque grill allowing for preparing and serving grilled food for a crowd.
The steering station, featuring 2 new Garmin 17” flat screens, is forward with 2 helm chairs. There are port and starboard wing stations for ease of docking. There is teak decking adding to the warmth of the multiple flybridge lounging areas. All the way aft is removable U-shaped theater seating with fire pit table.
The flybridge boasts a very impressive oversized 2003 3500lb Marquipt sea crane that stows in 2 positions, depending on location of water toys, with a 32’ extending boom.
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The large foredeck can be accessed from either port or starboard. Starboard side there is a bosun’s locker with organized storage for deck equipment. There is a large sun pad with cushions for lounging. In Spring of 2022, the bow deck and aft platform were totally refinished in matching nonskid. The aft deck has built in seating facing forward and 2 separate tables and chairs with teak deck and direct (secondary) access through a port door and ladder down to engine room. A stainless and teak staircase starboard leads to the flybridge and double sliding glass doors lead into the salon. There are overhead lights and speakers with volume controls. Aft and down, either port or starboard, are euro style molded stairs to the massive swim platform with stainless steel removable rails, storage cabinets and an elaborate Murray & Associates designed custom hydraulically operated swim platform sea stair built by Platypus Marine that submerges at transom for scuba and watercraft activity. This is totally concealed (folds up under enlarged rear deck) within the conventional swim platform when not in use. There are 6 underwater lights installed at the transom and a shower is conveniently located to rinse off after your swim or relaxing time in the sun.
Located below deck midship, the full beam main suite is very elegantly appointed. Nightstands are located on either side of the king size bed with custom headboard. The bulkhead above the bed has striped wall coverings and mirrored walls behind the lamps. A settee is to starboard with closet and to port is a full size dresser and closet. Forward is a large his and hers main bath with marble flooring throughout with an enclosed marble shower, sink/vanity with cabinets below, makeup vanity, marble tub with Jacuzzi jets and dual heads. The blend of bone colored marble with ash woodwork is quite striking and is finished with elegant new gold fixtures and accessories. There is emergency/convenience lighting throughout which can be controlled bedside. Additionally, there are dual cedar closets and a built-in safe.
Below deck forward of the galley, you enter down steps to the centerline queen berth surrounded by built in nightstands and wall mounted reading lamps. A cedar closet and Panasonic TV/VCR combo complete the necessities in this suite. The head has dual sinks set into an attractive Corian countertop in chestnut ash cabinetry with new gold fixtures and accessories, marble flooring and a bath/shower combination.
This guest stateroom offers a queen berth with ample storage below the beds, built in night stands on both sides with reading lights and a built-in dresser port side. There is a vanity, Panasonic TV/VCR combo and roman shade window coverings. Ensuite head has a Corian sink/countertop set into cabinetry finished with new gold fixtures and accessories and a shower stall.
The second guest stateroom is a mirror of the port guest stateroom offering a queen berth with a closet, vanity, Panasonic TV/VCR combo, roman shades and wall coverings. The ensuite head has a Corian sink/countertop set into cabinetry finished with new gold fixtures and accessories and a shower stall.
Laundry facilities, with a Whirlpool washer/dryer stacking unit, in foyer by guest staterooms.
Located off the platform all the way aft, the crew area sleeps 4, plus Captain's cabin, for a total of 6 crew and 2 crisscross berth cabins, center private head and shower, extra sink in one cabin, plenty of drawer and cabinet space and a television.
Captain’s cabin has a double berth with drawer storage below, television and a private head with vanity and stall shower. Forward are well laid out control panels port side and the engine room door. Additional second laundry facilities are located in this area (Maytag stacking washer/dryer). Aft and out a watertight door is the large swim platform or up a ladder to the port aft deck from the control panel area.
Access to the engine room is through the crew quarters. The engine room deck is diamond plate. All the way forward is the tool cabinet. A/C compressors are soft started by variable frequency drives and fan coils have low RPM motors for quiet operation. Individual electric strip heaters in each fan coil allow heating in any part of the boat while cooling in another part.
Built in 2000 as the “Regency” 120’ by North Coast Yachts and completed by Delta Marine of Seattle, she was then delivered to Fort Lauderdale and underwent an extensive $3,000,000 final upgrading and renamed “Paladin” including new sterling paint and the addition of an impressive million-dollar retractable moon roof/hardtop with molded arch including a drop down 65” LCD TV with an amazing sound system creating a wonderful outdoor movie theater under the stars! Also added was a $600,000 built in sea stairs platform by Platypus Marine with a hydraulic staircase that unfolds into a submerged stairway for scuba diving and watercraft access. Another great feature is her oversized 3500lb fully hydraulic sea crane that can extend and launch in any direction. In 2015, the yacht became "Scott Free" an then in 2017, the current owner purchased her and updated her as the “Legendary.”
Priced very attractively for her size, this 120' motor yacht offers unique custom features, stunning mahogany and chestnut ash interior woodwork, a large country kitchen and a spacious four stateroom interior with 25’ beam offering much more space than similar yachts like the 112’ Westport or larger Sovereign and Crescent yachts. The seller has invested over a year in down time and spared no expense to bring this yacht up to 2022 standards. We believe the ex-Legendary is now in pristine condition for a new owner to begin cruising or setting her up in a charter program. She is a rare and exciting opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind Pacific Northwest high quality 120’ MY with timeless styling.
2016 - 2017
2019 - 2020
February 2021 - March 2021
September 2021 - Present
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