Owners will be able to book the 45-foot luxury yacht Pacific Dream for cruises of four to eight hours and venture up to 25 miles offshore. The $1.5 million yacht has twin engines, two bedrooms, a galley, multiple TVs and an expansive rear deck.
Bosa officials showed off the yacht to future owners on Wednesday at a Champagne reception at the Sunroad Resort Marina on Harbor Island.
Rick Davis, sales director for Pacific Gate, said the yacht is a unique amenity that is tailored to the new tower, which has 214 units ranging in price from $1 million to $4 million.
“It’s very unusual. It’s special,” he said, adding that the Pacific Gate “is the first super-prime building in San Diego.”
He likened living in the tower to a “five-star hotel lifestyle,” with the yacht, a fleet of cars and even a chef on call.
Davis said the tower, which is 65 percent sold, will open to residents in early 2018. The 450-foot-tall building in located on Pacific Highway between Broadway and E Street.
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