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Currency switch on sailing yacht Aventura at Fraser and Bernard Gallay

Jeff Partin at Fraser Yachts tells me of a currency change from euros to dollars on the 33.2m sailing yacht Aventura, a joint listing with Bernard Gallay Yacht Brokerage.

Aventura was built by Danish Yachts to a Ted Fontaine design in 2005, with final commissioning at Holland Jachtbouw in May 2006. Aventura has four staterooms plus two Pullman berths sleeping 10 guests and she has features that so many people like, including hydraulic stern steps, master stateroom access to the deck and sweet, classic lines. A bowthruster and sternthruster make docking easy and she is DNV classed and MCA compliant.

Currently lying in Nassau, the Bahamas, Aventura is down from €4,690,000 to $5,995,000.

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