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124 ft / 37.8 m Delta Marine - Sleeps 10 guests

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Chartering in Other Cruising Areas and the Bahamas


Operating in Other Cruising Areas and the Bahamas

See the web site at “Anything that can go right will go right,” is Murphy’s Law on this yacht. The antithesis of ordinary life, Murphy’s Law is a paradisiacal self-contained world, catering to those desiring attentive service and a good time. The thoughtfully designed layout includes many convivial gathering spots from a sit-down bar in the main salon, to a games table in the sky lounge. It allows guests the choice of dining alfresco on any of the three decks, or inside in formal elegance. Soft muted tones and cheerful light cherry joinery offer a soothing ambiance for eight guests on the lower deck. The master suite is advantageously located amidships at the point of least motion. It features a California king bed and a generous his-and-hers bath lavished in stunning marble. A VIP queen suite and two twin staterooms complete the accommodations. All rooms have LCD televisions with Direct TV and DVD/CD systems. Murphy’s Law spacious interior opens to equally tremendous deck spaces. The sun-drenched flybridge is equipped with a stereo system to accompany the Jacuzzi dips and barbeques. Put the two four stroke Honda wave runners and the 15- foot Novurania in the water and the upper aft deck is ready for parties or afternoons under an optional sunshade. In addition to a full complement of toys, a 26- foot center console Regulator, fully equipped for fishing, also accompanies the yacht.

Twin Guest Stateroom

Twin Guest Stateroom (2)

Main Salon Forward

From Above

Bow seating


Aft Deck

Master Stateroom

Dining Salon

Master Bath

Jacuzzi on Flybridge



VIP Guest Stateroom

Main Salon

Sky Lounge



124 ft / 37.8 m

Year Built


Sleeping Guests


Cruising Speeds

11 kts / 20.3 km/h


Twin Detroit DDEC16V-92TA's 1450HP


26 ft 11 in / 7.9 m


Delta Marine


Captain: Lee Danielson + 4



VAT Registered



6 ft 10 in / 1.8 m


A la Mer Interiors




Marshall Islands

US Duty Paid



  • BBQ
  • Deck shower
  • Exercise equipment
  • Fishing gear - light
  • Jacuzzi on deck
  • Swim platform
  • CD library
  • Cell phone
  • DVD library
  • DVD player saloon
  • Fax
  • Games console
  • Indoor audio system
  • iPod dock
  • Outdoor audio system
  • Satellite phone
  • Satellite TV
  • TV outdoor
  • Wi-Fi
  • Beach games
  • Kayak
  • Kayaks multiple
  • Kneeboard
  • Paddleboards multiple
  • Tube - towable
  • Wakeboard
  • Water skis - adult
  • Water skis - child
  • Wave runners multiple (sitdown)
  • Diving by arrangement
  • Snorkelling gear
  • Underwater scooter multiple

Crew Profile

Captain Lee Danielson is originally from St. Thomas and grew up on the water traveling through the islands. Lee started out in the luxury yacht business running short-term corporate charters and then moved into the term charters working his way from mate to engineer to captain. He has worked for the Murphy family for the past 15 years doing trips and charters in South Florida and the Bahamas and his past yachts have included the 124’ Broward Murphy’s Law, Pegasus and Fantasy. He has a very easy going, can do attitude and he is very professional with all guests. He enjoys fishing, wave runners, snorkeling and has extensive knowledge of the Bahamas. He and his crew are keen to show new guests all of the great spots throughout the Bahamas and keep them coming back year after year aboard Murphy’s Law.

Chief Stewardess Simone Seckington grew up in the southeast of England and also spent time living in both Spain and Italy, in between periods of studying.  It was during this time that Simone became acquainted with the world of yachting and first became a stewardess.  After obtaining a BA Honors Degree in Communications and Audio-Visual Production, from the London Guildhall University, Simone followed through with courses in Music Production and Sound Engineering. After living in London for five years Simone traveled to Florida with a friend and shortly after worked as a stewardess on a yacht in the Bahamas. With an interest in writing, Simone gains valuable inspiration through her travels and meeting new people. She is currently working on writing a couple of books in her spare time.  Simone’s other interests include running, boxing, gymnastics, kick-boxing, cooking, music and tennis.  She is also a huge animal lover and has a cute little cocker spaniel. Simone worked on M/Y Caprice from 2004 – 2014. She         brings many years of experience in the busy charter yacht industry to Murphy’s Law that she joined earlier this year.
 Stewardess Paula Maranges grew up in Buenos Aries, Argentina. Her creative repertoire of studies includes fashion design, pattern making, sewing, drawing and hair styling. Paula’s main passion is fashion yet her studying has also been supported by working in the hospitality industry. Paula moved to Miami, FL in 2004 where she worked as a ceviche chef and a waitress at several restaurants as she continued her education in fashion. Paula worked as a fashion designer assistant at several fashion shows in South Beach and also showcased some designs during the Art Basel art show held in Miami’s design district. In 2004 Paula became acquainted with the yachting industry. She started stewardessing and cooking and later learned to work on the deck. Paula’s vibrant personality and positive attitude pair well in the yachting environment. She has freelanced on many different sized yachts and has continued with her fashion studies. Paula’s other interests include spending time with her son, dancing, music, photography, rollerblading, acting and laughing!
Mate Sean Staine is originally from Cape Town, South Africa.  He was part of the coast guard for 4 years before he started in the yachting industry. He sailed from Cape Town to Fort Lauderdale on a 44ft catamaran and enjoys being outdoors and helping with the various tasks onboard. He loves fishing, diving, watersport and mountain biking and is a great asset to the Murphy’s Law crew 

Chef Jonas Hägg completed his culinary training in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1988 and after an additional year as an apprentice, studying under Chef Dieter Ebeling, he embarked on his professional career.He became the youngest Executive Chef in the region, beginning at Restaurant "Punch". Haag also served his country as sergeant in the National Service Training Academy. After a while, he ventured into the yachting world with a contract in the Med, cooking for Ivana Trump on the M/Y Ivana. He continued in yachting for many years, catering privately to clients like Rod Stewart, Roger Moore and Saudi Royalty. 

My first food memory is “growing up on the west coast of Sweden (Gothenburg),” Haag said. “I remember fresh seafood straight from the fishermen at the dock as they landed. We used to have butter-fried oysters on toast for breakfast like other children would get cereal.”
“I’m living my dream! I’m blessed with the opportunity to work with the best ingredients & cooking for the most discerning palates” – he says about his passion for cooking. He is married to Maria, and has two young girls.


The elegant master stateroom is located below and forward of the guest staterooms. The master features a king bed with his and hers head, walk in cedar closet and full entertainment center. VIP- The VIP stateroom is located below and on the starboard side and features a queen oversized bed, with en suite head and full entertainment center. Guest- The guest stateroom is located below and on the port side directly across from the VIP and features two twin beds, and a full size Pullman berth, with en suite head and full entertainment system. Guest- The additional guest stateroom is located below and features two twin beds and a full size Pullman berth with en suite head, and full entertainment system.


July 31- August 9th, 2007 Nassau
"My compliments to Captain Lee, Debbie, Chef Michael, and the rest of the crew.. the clients were very happy with the charter, the yacht, the crew and the whole experience. Thanks for making this such a great charter. T.C."

June 24- July 3, 2007

"It was wonderful to be back on Murphy's Law again this year with my family. The yacht as usual is in meticulous shape and we thoroughly enjoyed our trip once again.  The chef was fantastic and we hope to see you all again next year. "

May 2 - 9, 2006

"We have chartered several larger yachts over the years and were a bit hesitant at first with Murphy's Law, both the crew and the yacht exceeded our expectation and we will charter her again in the future.  She is the perfect size for the Bahamas, very well maintained with a professional charter crew.  I would highly recommend this yacht as one of the best in her size and price range. " Mr. D.

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Robert Cury & Associates

399 SE 18th Court

Fort Lauderdale


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