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Further price cut on Alfamarine superyacht Aktobe at Fraser Yachts and OCI

Eric Trupheme at Ocean Independence tells me of a further €500,000 price drop on the 42.5m motor yacht Aktobe, jointly listed for sale with Giulio Riggio at Fraser Yachts.

Built by Cantieri di Fiumicino to a design by Andrea Bacigalupo and launched in 2003, Aktobe was the first all-aluminium yacht to be MCA coded. Twin 2,755hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 13 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers. One of the yard’s Alfamarine series, Aktobe is ABS classed and has a warm and inviting interior featuring richly coloured fabrics and soft wood finishes.

Spacious accommodation is available for as many as 16 guests in eight staterooms including a full beam owner’s suite on the main deck. There are also three double staterooms along with two twins, a triple and a single cabin, all with state of the art audio visual systems and all with en suite bathrooms.

Lying in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Aktobe is down from €6.8 million to €6.3 million.

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