With each characteristic perfectly designed and produced using the best materials and components, this yacht’s superior quality is evident in the uncompromising standard of excellence of its construction. Its interiors are in a classic style with a modern, contemporary key, and, here too, utter perfection is the result.
Initially known provisionally as “Nice ‘N’ Easy II”, or by its code which was used throughout the construction process, the motor yacht has finally been christened with the evocative name Remember When. It’s a very special boat for a very special client, one who has come to Christensen Shipyards as a repeat customer: the automotive company tycoon John Rosatti, to whom the American shipyard built his last yacht Nice N’ Easy, 157 feet in length, in 2005.
Last spring saw the launch of Remember When, 162 feet in length, which was built and floated by Christensen Shipyards, based in Vancouver, Washington State. After delivery, Remember When completed its maiden voyage in the Pacific Ocean with Rosatti and his family aboard, sailing down the west coast of the US then along the coasts of Mexico and Costa Rica.
The vessel stopped at the Galapagos Islands before sailing through the Panama Canal and into the Gulf of Mexico to end its journey in Florida. Remember When then crossed the Atlantic Ocean and spent the summer season in the waters of the Caribbean. In autumn, it sailed back to the US and returned to Florida for its official debut at the quayside at the 51st Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
A full portrait of Remember When is featured in the current issue 18 of Yacht Première. [...]