Turn-key (ˈtərnˌkē/): of or involving the provision of a complete product or service that is ready for immediate use.
FOR THE RECORD: We've already submitted a strongly-worded letter to Webster's English Dictionary, requesting that the above definition of "turn-key" be deleted from all future editions - and replaced with just a picture or two of RECESS, a 2009 62' McKinna. This yacht is, after all, already a textbook definition of the word. And, after a recent stint in the yard - where she had her bottom painted and running gear fully serviced - she's more ready for "immediate use" than ever before. Now whether that use involves luxury cruising, trolling for game fish, diving the coral reefs, or some combination of the three, is totally up to her next owner. But if you're looking for a high-end, high-performance cockpit express cruiser that would be ready for an ambitious Bahamas trip on Day 1, RECESS is right up your alley. She's listed at $755,000 and available for viewing at Marina Bay in Fort Lauderdale - so take a "recess" from lesser cruisers, and check her out!
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