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Large price cut on sailing yacht Friday Star at Fraser

Antoine Larricq at Fraser Yachts tells me of a major €1.75 million price reduction on his central listing, the 42m sailing yacht Friday Star.

Bureau Veritas classed, she was built in 1993 by CMN with naval architecture by Marc Lombard and exterior styling by Scorpio Marine. Completely rebuilt in 2005, Friday Star can accommodate a total of 10 guests in one master and three twin cabins, along with two Pullman berths.

Two 424hp Volvo Penta diesel engines offer a range of 1,370 nautical miles at 9 knots with a maximum speed of 11 knots.

Currently in the midst of a refit at La Ciotat, Friday Star is now down from €6.95 to €5.2 million and is offered in 'as is, where is' condition.

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