OREGON MIST Summary
26.21 meters / 86 ft
Asking price: $2,100,000 USD
Oregon Mist is a spectacular custom yacht with exterior yacht styling by JC Espinosa, interior design by Zoe Luyendijk Studio, and crafted by Queenship of Maple Ridge, BC, Canada. Designed to be "owner operated"!
This raised pilothouse motor yacht features (2) guest staterooms and a very spacious master stateroom with adjoining office/den. The main deck has a "country" galley and dinette area forward and a salon opening to the aft deck. The stunning interior features hand-picked English figured sycamore throughout along with rich black Ubatuba granite, maple detailed shoji screens and new soft goods throughout.
This vessel is available for co-brokerage.
InteriorUpon entering from the aft deck is the newly decorated salon with (2) leather sofas, (2) leather chairs, and an area rug over the hardwood floors. The forward curved bulkhead features (2) doors that electrically slide open to unveil the entertainment center. To port is a day head and to starboard the companionway leads past the steps up to the raised pilothouse and beyond to the "country" galley and dinette. This area really shows off the stunning sycamore woodwork, hardwood floors, granite counters and rich leather cushions in the dinette. The galley features an island counter with partial raised counter and stools. The main deck features beautiful hardwood floors and electric blinds. Steps lead forward and down to the accommodations. Starting forward is the VIP stateroom with queen berth, (2) hanging lockers and an ensuite head with jacuzzi tub/shower. The companionway leads aft to the guest stateroom portside with side-by-side berths, hanging locker and ensuite head with shower. Continuing aft is the spacious landing with washer/dryer and double doors leading into the office/den area. A sofa can be found to starboard and to port is a desk and book shelves. Next aft is the full-beam master stateroom with a king berth, (2) hanging lockers, and a his and her head arrangement with shower joining the two. The lower accommodations feature opening portlights for ventilation and maple framed shoji screens. The VIP berth and Master berth have hydraulic lifts for easy access to storage below. The heads have heated towel rods. The "doghouse" storage area under the raised pilothouse also has a hydraulic lift for the stair access. There is a central vacuum system as well.