Northrop & Johnson has announced a further €1.5m price drop on the 47m Perini Navi sailing superyacht Andromeda la Dea.
Built to ABS class and MCA compliant, sailing superyacht Andromeda la Dea was launched in 1990. She underwent a refit in 2004, gaining a flybridge extension with Jacuzzi and sundeck area, with a revamp to her interior decor. Another refit in 2006 gave her new engines and new generators and a new audio-visual system amongst other upgrades, whilst in 2008 she had her rigging and fittings replaced. She was serviced in 2011, when she completed her 20-year ABS Special Survey.
The large main saloon of this Perini Navi sailing superyacht boasts a cosy fireplace, comfortable seating and a formal dining area for eight guests. She also has a 50-inch television screen and surround sound for a cinematic experience.
Andromeda la Dea can accommodate eight guests in a master suite, two double staterooms and a twin cabin, all equipped flat screen televisions, Crestron remote controls and en suite showers.