Price reduction on AD LIB

Published 14 March 2024

*Updated asking price: following a considerable EUR 750,000 price reduction, AD LIB now has an asking price of EUR 8,750,000. The yacht is very much for sale and the seller will consider all sensible offers.

AD LIB is a 40m (131.2ft) all-aluminium displacement motor yacht built to Lloyd's 100A1 SSC G6 Yacht + LMC MCA classification by New Zealand’s Alloy Yachts and delivered in 2006. She has exteriors by Ed Dubois and Donald Starkey styled the interior spaces. 

Looking aft on the sun deck, past the open-air dining to the bar and jacuzzi

On her sun deck, AD LIB has a flybridge forward with bench seating and steps down to the wheelhouse. Aft is a hardtop with skylights in the forward section. Beneath the hardtop is an al fresco dining area with bench seating outboard on both sides. 

More outside dining with bar on the main deck aft

Towards the rear is a wet bar and BBQ while on the aft deck is a jacuzzi and sunpad. Steps to starboard lead to the main deck where there is open-air dining with banquette seating aft and a wet bar by the main saloon entrance. Overhead, is a retractable sun awning. Steps lead to the foredeck where there is a large raised sunpad. 

The owner's suite has a double berth to port and sofa seating and an office to starboard

AD LIB welcomes nine guests in four cabins. The owner's suite, forward on the main deck, is reached via a door in the lobby that opens into the owner’s private office. In the bedroom suite there is sofa seating to starboard and forward there are his-and-hers en suite bathrooms sharing a central shower room. Aft in the suite is a large walk-in wardrobe. 

One of two lower deck double suites. A further twin suite with pullman berth completes accommodation for nine guests in four en suite cabins

On the lower deck there are two double suites and one twin cabin with an additional berth, all en suite with separate shower rooms. Port forward is a gym with Concept II rower and C9 exercise bike. Forward of the guest accommodation is the galley, crew mess and accommodation for six crew. 

The view forward in the main saloon with formal dining behind the model ship

From the main lobby, steps lead to the raised wheelhouse and onto the flybridge. In the main saloon, there is a formal dining area forward and a lounge area to the rear. A bistro table and chairs sit at the saloon entrance from the aft deck. 

In addition to the tender garage launching through a shell door port aft, there is more tender and toy stowage on the foredeck

AD LIB has a side-opening tender garage that houses a dive compressor. On the foredeck, there is stowage for two PWC launched via deck crane. 

AD LIB has transatlantic range and zero speed stabilisers

Two 1,450 hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 13 knots and a maximum speed of 16.5 knots. She has a transatlantic range of 4,500nm at a passage speed of 10 knots and is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.

Following a EUR 750,000 price reduction, AD LIB now has an asking price of *EUR 8,750,000. She is lying in Golfe Juan, France, where inspection is recommended to appreciate this yacht’s quality and condition. Please contact a Burgess broker to find out more and make arrangements for your visit.

To find out more about Burgess’ yachts for sale and yachts for charter, please contact a Burgess broker. Alternatively, get in touch with one of our offices directly: London, Monaco, New York, Miami, Singapore or all other locations.

Yachts, prices and availability are correct at the time of publication.

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