Another price cut on sailing superyacht Thalia at Yachtzoo
by Malcolm MacLean
Built by Holland’s Vitters Shipyard to a Ron Holland design, Thalia was launched in 1994 with a comprehensive refit in 2008. A spacious main deck saloon with panoramic windows opens out to a large sheltered deck area with a retractable blind.
Splendid mahogany paneling and marble showers for the en suite staterooms contribute to the boat’s elegant and stylish interior ambience. The interior design is by Elmar Meurer, and she accommodates 11 guests in a master suite and four twin staterooms plus two Pullman berths. Thalia’s low profile and carefully designed seating areas allow unobstructed views and a feeling of closeness to the sea.
Under power, Thalia has a range of 3,500 nautical miles courtesy of a 1,150hp Caterpillar engine.
Thalia is located in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, until she is sold, and she is now down from $9,750,000 to $6 million with VAT paid.