October always sees a spike in price cuts as owners decide they want their yachts off their hands before the end of the year. Here we present five yachts Seriously for Sale with serious reductions.
Eric Trupheme at Ocean independence confirmed a €1,050,000 price reduction on the 47.5m motor yacht Olah.
Designed by Walter Franchini, Olah was built to Lloyds class at ISA in 2005 and was recently refitted in 2011/2012. A popular charter yacht, she has ample deck spaces and a light, elegant interior accommodating 10 guests in five staterooms. Twin 2333hp MTU engines give her a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Down from €16 million to €14.95 million, Olah is lying in Golfe Juan where her 50m berth is also for sale.
Simon Goldsworthy at Camper & Nicholsons reports that the owners of the 35.1m sailing yacht Aime Sea are extremely keen sellers and have authorised a significant €700,000 price cut.
Fomerly known as Corinthian, Aime Sea was designed by Dubois Naval Architects and built by Alloy Yachts in 1994. She combines good sailing performance with a very adaptable and practical layout. Aime Sea has benefited from an extensive refit and all her systems are maintained to the highest standards. Her interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon is flooded with natural light and finished in ‘tiger-maple’ with pale leather deck heads.
Currently lying in Monaco, Aime Sea is now down from €4.45 million to €3.75 million.
Burgess sent news of a $1.5 million price cut on the 45.5m motor yacht Applause.
She was built by Oceanco in 1994 to a design by Richard Hein and the A Group. With her Dutch pedigree and all aluminium construction to ABS class, Applause combines guest comfort and luxury with performance. Her twin 3045hp MTU engines and semi-displacement hull form give a cruising speed of 20 knots and a top speed of 24 knots, opening up a wide range of cruising possibilities.
Applause has a light, spacious interior with 10 guests accommodated in a master suite, two VIP staterooms and two twin cabins.
Applause is now asking $4.95 million.
Moran Yacht & Ship announced a €2,050,000 price reduction on Feadship’s 44.65m motoryacht Madsummer.
Built by the Royal Van Lent yard in 2008 as the third in the F45 Vantage series, she’s Lloyds classed and MCA compliant. An interior by Sinot Yacht Design accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms and twin 1055 MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 12 knots. Madsummer also boasts zero speed stabilisers, a spa and sauna and a glorious sundeck.
On display at the Fort Lauderdale show, Madsummer is down from €27 million to €24.95 million.
Frank Grzeszczak at International Yacht Collection saw a further $2.1 million price cut on his central listing, the 58.22m motor yacht Carpe Diem.
Delivered by Trinity Yachts in 2011, she features a striking interior designed by Carol Williamson and can accommodate 12 guests in a full beam master suite on the main deck, plus four double staterooms and a convertible gym below.
Twin Caterpillar 3516B engines give Carpe Diem speeds of up to 21 knots and she’s ABS classed and MCA compliant.
Carpe Diem was a finalist in the 2012 World Superyacht Awards and ShowBoats International Design Awards.
Available to view in Miami, Carpe Diem is down from $62 million to $59.9 million.
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