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Brief Summary

For owners of large motoryachts there is nothing quite so elegant as a master stateroom on the main deck. They are typically found only on 150-footers or larger, but the owners of this boat decided that they would like one in a mere 100-footer. The vessel has two masters – oh, the lucky guests!

Key Features

With over 11 pages of options, we could not possibly list all of them, but here is a short list of the hundreds of options available to personalize your yacht.

  • Fiberglass hand laid hull & stringers vacuum bagged with foam core reinforcement
  • Deck & superstructure with foam cored reinforcement under fiberglass
  • FRP bulkheads
  • Single anchor system to Maxwell VWC 4000 with 200 lb anchor
  • Canaloupe 24v ceiling lights (chrome)
  • Roman shades in each stateroom and main salon
  • Bed on hydraulic cylinder in master and on deck master
  • Granite counter top in galley
  • Marble counter top in all bathrooms
  • Full walk-in shower in master and on deck master
  • Marble bar top at 39” in flybridge
  • Hot tub on flybridge with custom FRP seating/sunpad
  • Sharp LCD 52" bottom speakers mounted in salon
  • Specifications

    Length Overall 101'
    Beam 21'
    Dry Weight N/A
    Tested Weight N/A
    Draft N/A
    - Draft Up N/A
    - Draft Down N/A
    - Air Draft N/A
    Deadrise/Transom N/A
    Max Headroom N/A
    Bridge Clearance N/A
    Weight Capacity N/A
    Person Capacity N/A
    Fuel Capacity 3200 gal.
    12,113 L
    Water Capacity 600 gal.
    2,271 L
    Length on Trailer N/A
    Height on Trailer N/A
    Trailer Weight N/A
    Total Weight
    (Trailer, Boat, & Engine)

    Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

    Engine Options

    Std. Power CAT 3412 C-32 1675 hp
    Tested Power Currently no test numbers
    Opt. Power Not Available

    Captain's Report

    Hargrave Sassy
    For owners of large motoryachts there is nothing quite so elegant as a master stateroom on the main deck. They are typically found only on 150-footers or larger, but the owners of this boat decided that they would like one in a mere 100-footer. The vessel has two masters – oh, the lucky guests!

    Building a custom yacht means that decisions must be made not only as to the size and layout of the boat, but also about its functionality, personality, appearance, utility and overall performance in every sense of the word. The pictures on this page are of the 100’ Hargrave Sassy, the second Hargrave built by a Michigan couple with a large family who love cruising the Great Lakes and now look forward to more distant horizons. Previous yacht ownership had taught this family many lessons about boats and all of them were brought to bear when this very personalized yacht was conceived.

    Executed by Yacht Interiors by Shelley

    The owners of Sassy worked closely with Shelley DiCondina and her design team at Yacht Interiors by Shelley in Ft. Lauderdale. They clearly understood what it took to meet the owners’ dreams and aspirations for this, their second Hargrave motoryacht.At first glance when you look at the pictures on this page you might think that the boat is “plain and unremarkable.” In fact, it is a study in graceful functionality, enduring design, and clearly the owners had a strong grasp of the design trends of yacht interiors being commissioned in Europe, the heartland of superyachts. Having said that, our guess is that they want people on first seeing the boat to think that is “plain and unremarkable.” Read on, and you’ll see what we mean and why.

    Hargrave Sassy
    The entrance to virtually every large motoryacht is through the doors, usually sliding, leading from the aft deck to the main saloon. This is where guests get their first impression of the yacht and it should signal the character of the whole vessel – and that of the owner, as well! Sassy’s owners wanted to portray a modern, tasteful, but not a garish, ostentatious yacht. Note that a single earth-tone beige color stretches from the carpet, to the sofa, to the Majilite Legend fabric covering the bulkheads and to the overhead. This monochromatic treatment is accented by the gloss cherry wood on the furniture, mullions, cabinets and even on the soffit in the overhead. Overall this saloon exudes a constraint rarely seen on 100’ motoryachts.
    Hargrave Sassy
    Whether or not there is a bar in the main saloon says a lot about the function of a boat. A bar usually means one of the prime missions of the vessel is for entertainment of guests. A bar is a place that encourages people to socialize intimately. Note that the large flat screen in the corner of the saloon is not hidden as it is on many large yachts. The decision to select this treatment usually means that the owners want to encourage guests to watch TV, entertain themselves if they wish, and that the vessel is intended for relaxed fun – bring out the corn chips and guacamole!
    Hargrave Sassy
    This is a large dining area, there is seating for eight, and the table can be expanded to easily seat 10 or 12 people. The owners wanted a dining area that was not stiff and intimidating, so guests could feel relaxed and the table could be a venue appropriate for a casual breakfast as well as for a dinner party. Note that a huge mirror has been placed on the forward bulkhead so that all of the guests have a view to water scenes outside the boat. This is a thoughtful and innovative touch, as we often see an étagère placed here full of glassware and bric-a-brac. This design decision is an interesting combination of functionality and lack of pretension.
    Hargrave Sassy
    The galley is forward of the dining area. The concept of this galley is to be a working one as opposed to being a “country kitchen” where guests are encouraged to mingle with the cook, help themselves to the contents of the refer or even lend a hand in the galley chores. What you see above is how most Europeans approach a galley – a place for the paid staff and master of the ship only. Yet, unlike most European galleys we have seen, this one has a huge amount of counter space, enough, in fact, to be able to plate 12 people at once. Note the large deck-to-overhead pantry in the background and all of the overhead storage. The counters are Kodiak Granite instead of stainless steel to keep the galley from having an institutional feel. Note that there are two sinks and two food prep areas, two large ovens, a huge Sub Zero Refer with French doors above and four freezer drawers below. The counters all have 4” granite back splashes, and a polished stainless steel mirror in the background (at right) opens up the whole space. A European staff should be so lucky as to have a galley as thoughtfully designed as is this one.
    Hargrave Sassy
    This is the traditional full-beam master stateroom below deck. The beige tones with gloss cherry wood theme established in the main saloon is carried on in the accommodations section of the boat. Note the low-key approach to this master – or masterly VIP, take your pick – as there is no “queen-for-a-day” overhead treatment above the bed, nor a mirror or erotic art above the headboard; in fact, there is no headboard at all. The owner of this boat wants to exude tasteful functionality without a display of opulence. This is a key element of the boat and is an important clue as to the character and temperament of the owners. Look carefully at the large oval portlights in the background and you will note that they are both opening ports. This is great for fresh air -- and for safety. There must be emergency egress routes below deck on all yachts.
    Hargrave Sassy
    The 100’ Hargrave Sassy is intended for serious work and entertaining wherever she goes. The hardtop with retractable fabric skylight is one of the largest we have seen on any boat under 150’ and guarantees that even a large party of guests will be able to pick sun or shade. The Jacuzzi hot tub, bar and ample lounge on the flying bridge all go to creating an exciting entertainment center on the boat. Note that there is no traditional RIB tender, but rather a Sea-Doo watercraft with wakeboard towing tower as well as two PWCs. Our guess is that this yacht will be the mothership for a lot of watersports fun. This vessel will make a great charter boat both in the U.S. and in the Med.

    We have never met the owners of the Hargrave Sassy, but based on what we have seen in the photos above we think we have a good line on their approach to boating. Clearly they can afford the millions of dollars it takes to build such a vessel ($7.2 million will buy this boat), they thoroughly enjoy all of the pleasures that kind of money can buy, but they do not want to emphasize their wealth and are not trying to impress anyone with their good fortune. Rather, they love the sea and what a family which is blessed can do on it with the right platform. This is a family yacht built by people who are modest and are very secure about their position in the overall scheme of life.We hope that the above discourse has given some insight into the possibilities of custom-built motoryachts and into some aspects of motoryacht connoisseurship. If you would like to know more about custom-building the yacht of your dreams, we recommend that you contact the friendly folks at Hargrave Custom Yachts--

    Standard and Optional Features

    Marine Electronics

    Autopilot Standard
    GPS/Chart Standard
    Radar Standard
    VHF Radio Standard


    Air Cond./Heat Standard
    Battery Charger/Converter Standard
    CD Stereo Standard
    Dripless Shaft Seals Standard
    Head: Fixed Standard
    Shore Power Standard
    TV/DVD Standard
    Washdown: Fresh Water Standard
    Water Heater Standard
    Windlass Standard


    Coffeemaker Standard
    Icemaker Standard
    Refrigerator Standard
    Stove Standard

    Exterior Features

    Hardtop Standard
    Outlet: 12-Volt Acc Standard
    Swim Ladder Standard
    Swim Platform Standard
    Wet bar Standard

    Boats More Than 30 Feet

    Bow Thruster Standard
    Davit Optional
    Fuel Transfer Standard
    Generator Standard
    Glendinning Cablemaster Standard
    Helm: Second Station Standard
    Oil Change System Standard
    Vacuum Standard
    Washer/Dryer Standard


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