The 44 metre motor yacht Bliss, listed for sale by Jeremy Bottau at Ocean Independence and Kurt Deithrich at Cube Yachts, has had a further price reduction of €1,000,000, following on from a €1,900,000 price drop earlier this year.
Ocean Independence said that the owner is keen that Bliss is the next 44 metre yacht to sell and, as such, has agreed to lower the price again. The broker confirmed that a part-exchange would be considered.
Built in aluminium by Dutch yard Heesen to ABS class and MCA compliant, Bliss was delivered in 2007. She can accommodate up to 12 guests in five comfortable cabins including her majestic master suite. The limited colour palette of white, black, silver and dark lavender is incorporated effectively in the full width master suite located on the main deck. A sliding bed table is a practical element of this elegant suite. Just aft of the master suite is an office space with his-and-hers workstations. The remaining cabins are located on the lower deck and include three doubles and a bunk room perfect for children, fitted with rare onyx, offset by rosewood. Each cabin has a different colour scheme executed in exotic wall coverings, and all are extremely soundproof.
Her main saloon sets the tone for the rest of the yacht’s interior. It features contrasts in hard and soft colours and textures with quality furniture and a unique finish. The elegant dining area with a circular table and stylish black leather chairs is located at the aft of the yacht for sale, toward the main deck aft.
The upper lounge features a long, mirrored bar and mirror insets between the windows cleverly providing an uninterrupted view. The upper saloon can also be used as an extra guest cabin. Twin 16V 4000 M90 MTU engines provide a range of 3,200 nautical miles at 12 knots and she is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilisers.
Lying in Monaco, Bliss is now down to €17 million with VAT paid.