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If you are in the market for a sportfish Yacht at the Palm Beach Boat Show then you should stop by and see this 80′ Merritt yacht for sale! Known as “Lady Columbo,” this used 80′ Merritt combines comfort and extreme performance in a spacious and perfectly designed layout. She offers four cabins and four heads, a well-equipped galley, and all the amenities of home. State of the art electronics make navigation a breeze, and whether competing in a fishing tournament or cruising the high seas, this used 80′ Merritt is sure to impress. The Merritt boat yard, located in Florida, is a family owned owned and operated company which results in attention to detail and solid results. One indication of Merritt’s success is shown by the fact that they have been consistently building boats since 1955. This sportfish yacht at the Palm Beach Boat Show will be on display along with 18 other pre-owned brokerage boats at this year’s show. For more information on this sportfish yacht at the Palm Beach Boat Show be sure to contact Chris Carroll today!
For over 56 years Atlantic Yacht & Ship has been serving the yachting community. Our headquarter sales office is dockside at Harbour Towne Marina in the heart of the yachting capital of the world, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Our in-house waterside service department provides general yacht services from new teak, to engine rebuilds, captain services, and everything in between. Whether purchasing or marketing a quality vessel, Atlantic Yacht and Ship, Inc. is your one stop resource for the highest quality service and sales in the yachting industry today. If you are looking at yachts for sale, or thinking about selling your yacht, it is always wise to have an experienced broker representing your interests throughout the deal. Contact Atlantic Yacht & Ship at 954.921.1500 or click here.
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