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$10 million price drop on superyacht April Fool at Burgess and Merle Wood

Hot news of another large price cut from Burgess as they tell me of a $10 million drop on Feadship’s 60m motor yacht April Fool, a joint listing with Merle Wood & Associates.

She has recently emerged from winter maintenance at STP Shipyard, Palma, where she completed a full repaint from stem to stern. Having also completed her Lloyd's Class 5 year survey in 2011, this yacht is perfect for a new owner to step on board without needing to invest another cent.

April Fool has been run to the very highest standards with no expense spared, has had one meticulous owner since new, has never chartered and has seen very low levels of private use. Pedigree build and design and exceptional engineering combine with very spacious, sophisticated interiors and ample outdoor decks designed for maximum comfort. A host of features include a sauna and a gymnasium while practical design ensures guests can relax at leisure uninterrupted by the crew.

Built in 2006 by the Van Lent yard, April Fool was a winner at the 2007 World Superyacht Awards and is now down to $59,950,000.

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