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Fraser reduces the prices of Royal Pelagic, Caledonia and Lady Zelda

More news of price reductions from Patrick Coote, Marketing Manager of Fraser Yachts, as Tom Allen in Seattle reports a drop in price of Martinolich’s 39m Royal Pelagic from $3.8 million to $3.3 million. Built in 1968 and refitted in 2005, she sleeps up to 17 guests in six double cabins and five Pullman berths. Tom has also seen a cut in price of the 30m Caledonia, built by Bayaco in 1973 and refitted in 2004. Sleeping eight guests in four cabins, her price is down from $1.195 million to $995,000. Still on the US West Coast, this time in the San Diego office, Neal Esterly has reduced the price of Christensen’s 39m Lady Zelda from $7.45 million to $6.95 million. Built in 1993 and refitted in 2006, she sleeps 10 in five cabins.

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