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Further price cut on Broward motor yacht Cherish at RJC Yachts

Bob Cury at RJC Yachts sends word of a further $200,000 price cut on the 33.8m cockpit motor yacht Cherish.

Cherish was built by US shipyard Broward and launched in 1997 as a four stateroom motor yacht for eight guests with aft crew quarters. Accommodation is laid out as a master suite, VIP stateroom, double and twin and all have en suite bathroom facilities. An interior designed by yacht designer Patrick Knowles features honey-oak joinery with a casual neutral toned motif throughout. Her main deck features a comfortable saloon with formal dining complete with a large flat panel High Definition television, Bose stereo system, and wet bar for entertainment.

Outdoor areas include a spacious aft deck, oversized cockpit and enormous flybridge with seating, sunpads and wet bar along with a grill and Novurania tender. Powered by reliable Caterpillar 3412 engines, Cherish cruises comfortably at 18 knots with a 20-knot top speed.

Further features include digital Naiad stabilizers, Northern Lights 40KW generators, bow thruster and more. Additionally, Cherish received an exterior paint job in white Awlgrip by Roscioli Shipyard in 2011, and has been maintained to the highest quality yacht standards.

Available to view at the Pier 66 Marina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Cherish is now asking $1,795,000.

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