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Top 4 reasons to buy classic motor yacht Tianca II

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Tianca II has a rare pedigree

Classic motor yachtTianca II, currently for salewithCSO Yachts_, is the perfect option for classic yachting lovers, offering her new owners the chance to acquire an efficient, seaworthy yacht with the opportunity to take part in classic rendezvous à la mode, all around the world. Here, we present four reasons why you should own her. _

Tianca II is a sleek and elegant classic motor yacht launched by Chantiers Navals de l' Estérel in 1967. This celebrated yard was known for famous superyachts built in mahogany, like the missed 42-metre Carinthia IV or the 43-metre Acajou (now renamed Sureyya), both designed by the famous duo André Mauric/ Jon Bannenberg.

Tianca II is part of a limited series measuring 24.8 metres (26.5 metres including her bathing platform), and few of them are still existing now, even more at this level of maintenance. Her efficient design is also by French naval architect André Mauric.

Even if Tianca II will celebrate her 50th anniversary next year, she has only had a couple of owners and was exclusively privately used. Her first owners kept the yacht for 30 years, when she was called Chiriqui II. Her current owners did an expensive refit to maintain her to her former glory.

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