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Dubois Yachts announces the sale of the 44m sailing yacht Salperton

And now for the good news. Salperton, the 44m fast cruising sloop, was sold yesterday. James Troup of Dubois Yachts was involved in the sale to a South East Florida yachtsman whose previous yacht burned out in Antigua a year ago. Built by New Zealand’s Fitzroy Yachts in 2007 to an Ed Dubois design, Salperton has a warm, contemporary interior by Adam Lay with a clean and crisp joinery style. She accommodates eight guests in a full width owner’s cabin plus two doubles. A further twin cabin, currently used as a gymnasium, has two Pullman berths and a fixed berth. Her range under power is 4,400 nautical miles at 10 knots.

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