Buy Dale Earnhardt’s Yacht That He Never Got To Enjoy

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Dale Earnhardt’s yacht, Sunday Money, that he had custom built and never got to use because he died before it was finished in 2001, can be yours for $4.2 million and before you go thinking that the yacht is some redneck fishin’ boat, you probably want to watch the walking tour video of this 100-footer. Wait until you see the sleeping quarters in this thing. Dale would’ve had some great nights on this boat. It’s just sad that he hit the wall and never got to fire up those Detroit diesel engines.

From the Charlotte Observer:

The yacht “was close to completion” when Earnhardt died, former Hatteras Yachts Captain Gary McKeel told the Observer in a phone interview Thursday.

About a month after the Daytona 500, McKeel said, he joined Earnhardt’s boat captain, Terry Jones, in piloting the yacht from New Bern to Dale and Teresa Earnhardt’s marina slip in Palm Beach, Fla. “Two or three guys from the (Hatteras Yachts) factory” were also aboard, according to McKeel.

I’m not going to ruin the tour you’re about to go on below, but just think of The Intimidator sketching out his dream boat and how he was going to spend his 50s (died at 49) and 60s enjoying life after retirement on this yacht. He had the births laid out perfectly. Plenty of space for the family, guests, crew. Plenty of places to enjoy a cold Bud. Plenty of places to relax, maybe watch a football game, pour a bourbon, throw on some Lynyrd Skynyrd.

From the seller:

In 2012 she received a full interior, exterior & mechanical refit

Very unique yacht with a very special history

New interior décor including soft goods, new carpet, and high gloss woodwork throughout

New complete audiovisual upgrade

Full-service custom “sunken” bar, alfresco dining & lounge area

2300 Hours on her 16V-2000 Detroit Diesels

Sunday Money can easily be seen by appointment in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

 

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