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€500,000 price cut on Oyster sailing yacht Reina

The 25.15 metre sailing yacht Reina, listed for sale by Oyster Yacht Brokerage, has had a €500,000 price reduction.

Built in GRP by British yard Oyster to a design by Rob Humphreys, she was delivered in 2013 as an Oyster 825 model. Her interior joinery is finished in horizontal grain quarter sawn teak with satin finish. Reina accommodates six guests in three cabins consisting of a master, double and a twin, all with access to a Kaleidescape on-demand audio visual server and en-suite shower facilities. In addition, there are quarters for three crew in this yacht for sale.

The deck saloon is extremely light and airy with nine windows, two of which are opening. There are also six vertical non-opening hull ports, three on each side, with bookcase rails in each recess. A full length saloon table to port comfortably seats eight, while the main table top and port table top both have marquetry inlay design. Seating in the saloon is upholstered in JMT leather.

On deck, the walk-through teak-laid cockpit is over three metres long and offers excellent access from the companionway to the helm positions and side decks. To port is a varnished cockpit table with folding leaves and seating on three sides, making it an ideal area to enjoy al fresco drinks and meals.

On the technical side, she is sloop rigged with a Hall Spars carbon mast and boom including in-boom furling, and she is powered by a single Cummins turbo-charged QSB diesel engine.

Reina will be available to view at the Hanseboot boat show in Hamburg, now asking €4.5 million.

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