Alan Jackson Asking $8.2 Million For Breathtaking “HULLBILLY” Yacht – PICTURES

Alan Jackson Asking $8.2 Million For Breathtaking “HULLBILLY” Yacht – PICTURES | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

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Here’s your chance to own a piece of Alan Jackson property!

Alan Jackson recently listed the largest boat in his impressive fleet of watercraft for sale. According to the listing, the “HULLBILLY” is a barely used boat that was completed in 2022.

Built by Merritt, the “HULLBILLY” is a one of kind 68-foot boat custom built for “a very knowledgeable owner.” With a replacement value of over $9 million and a seven year wait for a brand new boat, this yacht is a steal at only $8.2 million, the listing claims.

The “HULLBILLY” boasts 4 staterooms and 3 heads (that’s four bedrooms and three bathrooms for those unversed in boat terminology). Photos of the yacht show immaculate woodwork throughout, making it a stunning ocean paradise for any boating enthusiast.

Fans will likely recognize the yacht as the main bar at the singer’s Nashville establishment, AJ’s Good Time Bar, is modeled after the boat’s stern. The “HULLBILLY” also appeared in some of Alan Jackson’s music videos, including “It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere,” his 2003 collaboration with Jimmy Buffet.

This particular version reportedly has never appeared in any of Jackson’s videos. In fact, “HULLBILLY” is just the name Alan uses for his largest ocean boats. The one is the listing rumored to be at least the fourth version of Jackson’s beloved yacht. He has owned a 75-footer, a 45-footer and a 60-footer, all built by Merritt, per Off The Hook Yachts. It’s unclear what happened to the 45-foot and 60-foot yachts, but the 75-footer featured in the ‘It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere’ music video was sold to a charter company where passengers “can go deep-sea fishing and stay aboard the elegant sportfisher.”

All of Alan Jackson “HULLBILLY” models are similar in design with plenty of beautiful wood features, multiple cabins and fishing decks, and the “HULLBILLY” name inlaid on the stern.

See photos inside and out of Alan Jackson’s current yacht listing below, and find out how you can purchase it HERE.

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