Luxury Motor Yacht MAGIC 130 was designed by Ward Setzer and built by Northern Marine in 2005, the yacht measures 39.62m (130') and can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 cabins. She is available for charter in Florida and the Bahamas during the summer months and throughout the Caribbean in the winter months. In 2013 Magic underwent an extensive refit at Front Street Shipyard, involving major design changes in her exterior areas. In 2018 the yacht received a further refit.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF THE YACHT: ~ inviting classic interior with elegant styling ~ lovely accommodation with main deck master suite ~ on deck Jacuzzi ~ beautiful alfresco dining option ~ barbecue ~ great selection of water toys ~ air-conditioning ~ WiFi
Charter yacht MAGIC 130 has an inviting interior featuring fine African and Honduran mahogany with marble and granite throughout. The main salon has an elegant décor of neutral soft furnishings comfortably placed for optimum relaxation; light carpeting and large windows provide a spacious feel, while custom carved mouldings add a high-quality finish to space. Separate and forward of the salon is the formal dining area. M/Y MAGIC boasts a further lounge space in the sky-lounge above with plenty of seating to relax and unwind.
Exterior living on M/Y MAGIC is generous on 3 decks. The shaded aft deck can be accessed from the main salon and offers 2 sofas and 2 wicker chaise lounges, a perfect spot to sit back with a book or head down the adjacent swim platform to enjoy the water toys. Above the main deck, the sky lounge opens onto another spacious aft deck boasting further relaxing seating and an alfresco dining option. The flybridge on M/Y MAGIC offers 2 cocktail style alfresco tables with optional umbrellas, a BBQ and Spa Pool tub.
Motor Yacht MAGIC has a beam of 8.5 meters (28ft) and a draft of 2.13 meters (7ft). M/Y MAGIC has great fuel economy with an average burn of 35 gallons per hour at cruising speeds of 11 knots and 75 gallons per hour at maximum speeds of 14 knots.
2013 Refit Includes:
The flybridge has been re-configured to accommodate additional seating, a forward 5-person spa, an outdoor cinema, re-designed arch, mast, and hardtop structures, and an added day head. The bow deck had new seating areas with interchangeable dining and sun lounging configurations installed. Also a hydraulically powered beach club transformer, custom made in stainless steel, was fitted to the yacht's transom. This has drastically increased the size of the swim platform, while also serving as a "sport deck," extendable passarelle, dive platform, swim ladder, and jet-ski dock.
MAGIC 130 Specifications
|Type/Year:||Northern Marine /2004|
|Beam:||8.66m (28' 5")|
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
|Engines:||2xDetroit Diesel 12V2000|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||Yachts With A Deck Hot Tub, yachts with at anchor stabilisers, Yachts With On Deck Master Cabin, Bahamas Yacht Charter, Caribbean Yacht Charter|
|Builder/Designer:||Ward Setzer, Northern Marine|
|Locations:||Windward Islands, Virgin Gorda, US Virgin Islands, Tortola, THE CARIBBEAN, St. Vincent, St. Thomas, St. Martin/St Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Kitts, St John, St Barts, Jost Van Dyke, Grenadines, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Keys, Florida, Exumas, BVI, British Virgin Islands, Barbuda, Barbados, Bahamas, Antigua, AMERICA, Abacos|
2018 Refit Includes:
~ All new furniture in salon, sky lounge and dining room.
~ All carpets replaced.
~ All new soft goods throughout.
~ All new exterior cushions.
~ Added beautiful teak dining/cocktail tables on Aftdeck.
~ All new sconces and lighting.
~ Interior has been painted and refreshed.
~ Added large BBQ on sundeck.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Luxury yacht MAGIC 130 accommodates 11 guests in 5 deluxe cabins, the master suite is full beam on the main deck and offers a king size bed, separate office and en-suite facilities with tub. A further 4 cabins are on the lower deck, 2 with king size beds, 1 with a queen size bed and 1 with a double and a twin bed, all cabins feature beautiful mahogany finishes and fine marble and offer en-suite facilities.
Charter Amenities and Extras
32' Robalo 2018 Bowrider w/twin 300HP Engines holds 10-12 guests with sun bed and forward seating 2 -3 person Yamaha 2018 wave runners 4 - Adult SUP's 2 - Child SUP's 2 - Kayaks (1-person) 2 - Kayaks w/pedals which can also be equipped with a sail 1 - Stand up Pedal Board 4 - Electric (or Manual) Bicycles 2 - SeaBob 2 - Large hot pink inflatable flamingos with cup holders 3 - Large white floats with sunshades 1 - Wakeboard 1 - Skurf board Water Slide from Top Deck Large Nautibuoy inflatable platform with lounge chairs and headrests Bounce Trampoline and other Towable Toys Fishing Gear – Extensive Dive Equipment – Rendezvous only Snorkeling gear Beach Set Up with tent, grill, tables and chairs Xbox with many games Board games Extensive movie library
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Magic is a 39.62 m / 130′0″ luxury motor yacht. She was built by Northern Marine Co in 2005. With a beam of 8.5 m and a draft of 2.03 m, she has a GRP hull and GRP superstructure. She is powered by MTU engines giving her a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. Magic's maximum range is estimated at 3000 nautical miles. The motor yacht can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins and an exterior design by Setzer.
Not available for sale or charter on Yacht Harbour.
MAGIC accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms. The full-beam master stateroom is located on the main deck for maximum comfort.
Guests will enjoy the spacious sundeck featuring a Jacuzzi surrounded by a bar top with stools and sun pads. Padded lounge chairs complete the sun deck area which also has a removable awning. Those who crave excitement will be kept busy with an armada of toys including a slide, paddleboards, and fishing equipment.
What guests say about MAGIC:
"We absolutely loved all the toys, especially the slide and jet skis. MAGIC is a very well appointed and decorated yacht, The chef’s food was amazing. Would definitely do it again!"
- Charterer, Summer 2020
* Yachts offered are subject to availability. The particulars are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed and may not be used for contractual purposes. Specification provided for information only.Sours: https://www.fraseryachts.com/
Northern Marine motor yacht Magic sold
The 39.62 metre motor yacht Magic, listed for sale with Moran Yacht & Ship, has been sold.
Launched in 2004 by Northern Marine, Magic is an all-GRP semi-displacement yacht featuring interior and exterior styling by Setzer Yacht Architects, which was commissioned to reconfigure her sundeck as part of an extensive 2014 refit. Other new features include a carbon fibre hardtop with UV-protected skylights and a hydraulic swim platform.
Magic was asking $9,950,000
Accommodation for ten guests is split across five staterooms, including a main deck master suite and four doubles, all of which benefit from en-suite bathroom facilities. The crew quarters allow for a staff of up to seven people and the shallow 2.03 metre draught makes her an ideal choice for Caribbean island cruising.
Key exterior relaxation spaces include the sundeck, with its spa pool, sunloungers, sunpads and raised bar area, which is ideal for enjoying a cocktail, while the aft deck provides al fresco dining for up to nine people.
Moving inside and her main deck saloon features a pair of sofas arranged in an L-shape configuration, as well as two armchairs. The more formal dining area includes seating for eight, while the upper saloon is an ideal spot for enjoying a movie or a games evening.
Power comes from a pair of MTU 12V 2000 engines, which deliver a top speed of 16.5 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots and burn just 35 gallons per hour at 11 knots, meaning a cruising range of more than 3,000 nautical miles is possible.
Magic was asking $9,950,000.
Owner yacht magic
Motor yacht Magic was the largest built by Northern Marine at her launch although she has since been succeeded by the 46 metre Lia Fail. Owners Merlin and Carolyn Hanson requested she be created to reflect a high-speed vessel with a displacement hull easily used in shallow waters. To accommodate this request the luxury vessel was designed with a 6' 10" shallow draft ideal for island cruising, and she is powered by MTU 12V-2000's with 1480 horsepower that ensure she is both economical and high-performing.
The super yacht is spread over three decks and her layout ensures extensive space is created for all staterooms as well as focusing on generous inside and outdoor public areas. The interior is a reflection of the traditional yachts of the 1930s, using timeless details like fluted columns and intricate mouldings to set-off satin-finished raised-panel mahogany. The interior design is highly personalized, featuring significant input by Carolyn Hanson and a handpicked group of stylists.
On the main deck can be found a large sheltered aft deck lounge that connects to the main salon through sliding glass doors. The formal dining salon is also located on this level, serviced by a large and well-equipped gourmet galley. Besides the guest accommodation, the lower deck also houses a guest laundry room and a large walk-in luggage locker tucked neatly beneath the curved staircase descending from the main-deck foyer.
Designed with entertainment in mind, motor yacht Magic’s exterior spaces are a highlight of her design. Particularly noteworthy is the open sun deck fitted with bar/grill area and a large spa tub. The bridge deck is accessed via a stairway that delivers guests to a lobby equipped with a dayhead and dumbwaiter service area. Aft can be found the bridge deck lounge; a covered space boasting lounging cushions and teak decking.
Amongst her five cabins are an indulgent owner’s suite; two King staterooms; one Queen stateroom; and one double/twin cabin. Located forward on the main deck, the full-beam owner’s suite features a generous walk-in dressing room, laundry room, and a private bathroom with Jacuzzi. A neat office connects the suite to the entrance lobby. The two King staterooms are located aft on the lower deck, while the two remaining guest suites are found forward. Each includes marble en suite baths.
Featuring a dedicated crew, Magic cruises comfortably at 15 knots while her crew of seven under the direction of Captain Dave Ober ensure the needs of every guest are met.
Motor yacht Magic is an award winning vessel, winning the 2005 Pacific Northwest Superyacht Society Design Award.
MAGIC YACHT CHARTER
The 39.6m/129'11" 'Magic' motor yacht built by shipyard Northern Marine Co is available for charter for up to 10 guests in 5 cabins. This yacht features interior styling by Setzer Design Group.
Motor yacht Magic boasts a wealth of convivial spaces, perfect for luxury yacht charters with families of friends, offering ample opportunities to kick back and relax, or enjoy the water on the yacht's array of water toys, the choice is yours. Her features include a spa and gym.
Built in 2004, Magic offers guest accommodation for up to 10 guests in 5 suites comprising a master suite located on the main deck, one VIP cabin, two double cabins and one twin cabin. The supremely spacious full beam master suite incorporates its own study. The bed configuration includes 3 king, 1 queen, 1 double and 2 singles. She is also capable of carrying up to 7 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht charter experience.
Onboard Comfort & Entertainment
On your charter, you'll find plenty to keep you busy and entertained including a serene luxury spa, for the utmost in relaxation. Maintain your fitness routine and work out in the well-equipped gym or sit back with a glass of champagne in the deck jacuzzi.
Whatever your activities on your charter, you'll find some impressive features are seamlessly integrated to help you including Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing you to stay connected at all times, should you wish. You can stay comfortable on board whatever the weather, with air conditioning during your charter.
Performance & Range
Built with a GRP hull and GRP superstructure, she benefits from a semi-displacement hull to provide exceptional seakeeping and impressive speeds. Powered by twin DDC/MTU engines, she comfortably cruises at 12 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 17 knots with a range of up to 3,000 nautical miles from her 37,854 litre fuel tanks at 14 knots.
When not cruising Magic has onboard an incredible selection of water toys and accessories for you and your guests to connect with the waters around you. Principle among these are waterslides for guests of all ages to enjoy. Guests can experience the thrill and adventure of riding one of the Yamaha WaveRunners. In addition there are towable toys offering fun and adventure. If that isn't enough Magic also features waterskis, scuba diving equipment, wakeboards, kayaks, fishing equipment and much more. Magic features two tenders, but leading the pack is a 9.14m/98'5" Intrepid to transport you in style.
Magic and her crew are available for charter this summer for cruising within the Caribbean. She is also accepting bookings this winter on request.
Magic is a unique motor yacht and the ideal platform for an adventure charter that will guarantee unforgettable memories.
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Painting of the New York Yacht Schooner Magic, by Charles Gulager
|Yacht club||New York Yacht Club|
|Builder||T. Byerly & Son of Philadelphia|
|Fate||Sank, May 3, 1922|
|Skippers||Andrew J. Comstock|
|Notable victories||1870 America's Cup (with Cambria, )|
|Length||84 m (276 ft) (LOA)36.40 m (119.4 ft) (LWL)|
|Beam||21 m (69 ft)|
|Draft||7 m (23 ft)|
|Sail area||1,170 m2 (12,600 sq ft)|
The Magic was a racing schooneryacht, of the New York Yacht Club. She was the first American defender during the 1870 America's Cup hosted in New York against the 1st British challenger Cambria, representing the Royal Thames Yacht Club of London. The Magic, had 19 owners. Her last owner modified her into a pilot boat at Key West. In 1922, during a hurricane, she was wrecked on the beach in Key West.
The Magic, was built by T. Byerly & Son of Philadelphia in 1857, for Captain Richard Fanning Loper, as a sloop. Loper did the original model and design for his boat. She was christened the Madgie.
She was rebuilt several times, In 1859, Loper modified the Madgie from a sloop to a schooner and renamed her Magic. In 1860, Loper modified Magic by lengthening her bow. He then sold the Magic in 1864, to William H. McVickar of the New York Yacht Club.YachtsmanGeorge L. Lorillard bought the Magic, late in 1866 and sold her to H. W. Gray. In 1869, he sold her to Franklin Osgood.
In 1869, the Magic, was taken to City Island where she was completely rebuilt by the shipbuilderDavid Carll. Carll lengthened and widened the Magic, with increased draft; and converted her into a centerboard schooner yacht for Franklin Osgood.
The schooner Magic represented the New York Yacht Club and was the smallest sailboat in the international 1870 America's Cup competition. The first official challenge took place on August 8, 1870 in New York Harbor and was won by Franklin Osgood's American yacht Magic. She beat 17 competitors, including the English yacht Cambria and the yachts Dauntless,Idler,Fleetwing,Phantom,America and others.Andrew J. Comstock was captain of the Magic and had a stateroom in the forward section of the boat.
On October 11, 1870, the Magic was sold by Franklin Osgood to Lester Wallack, for $16,500. Osgood bought her back but sold her to Rufus Hatch in 1873. In 1874, she was purchased by William T. Garner, who kept her until 1876, when Osgood bought her back for a third time. In 1879, she was bought by Francis M. Weld of Boston, who sold her to Thurston N. McKay after owning for only two years. McKay kept her for three years and then she went back to the Weld family in 1885. She was later bought by Augustus W. Mott who kept her for ten years, when John S. Clarke & Bros., of Pittsburg bought her in 1898. He in tern sold her to a Key West group that modified her as a pilot boat.
On February 1, 1908, the Magic sank when she was racing into port and was capsized at Key West. Her owner was John Lowe Jr. The Magic had 19 owners, including the United States Navy, which used her as a supply craft during the 1898 Spanish–American War.
End of service
On May 3, 1922, the schooner Magic, went ashore on the beach in the bay at Key West when she received damage during a hurricane. Her owner, John Lowe Jr., had the boat moved offshore and destroyed with explosives.
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