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Open House aboard superyachts China, Isabel and Perla Nero with Fraser Yachts

Not content with having one of the largest fleets of superyachts on display at the Monaco Yacht Show, Fraser Yachts brokers Richard Earp, Vassilis Fotilas and Jan Jaap Minnema will be hosting an Open House aboard, respectively, the motor yachts China, Isabel and Perla Nero in Cap d'Ail on September 16th between 2-7pm.

The 33.53m China was built by Hong Kong's Kingship Marine in 2006 to a design by Vripack/Setzer Design and is Lloyds classed and MCA compliant. Colours, textures and fabrics have been carefully selected to create an atmosphere of serenity and comfort and she sleeps up to 11 guests in a main deck master suite plus four double staterooms and a Pullman berth. The asking price is €7.95 million.

Isabel is a 26.60m motor yacht. Delivered by Cantieri di Pisa in 2006, she's an Akhir 85s model. An interesting feature of this superyacht is her zero-speed stabilisers, which are rare on a yacht of her size. She can accommodate a total of nine guests in one master, one VIP, one double and one twin cabin, along with one Pullman berth and is priced at €2.9 million.

Perla Nero, a 33.2m motor yacht built by Cyrus Yachts in 2007 is RINA classed and MCA compliant. Her interior, designed by Rene Van Der Velden, accommodates 10 guests in a master, VIP, double and two twin cabins. This superyacht has a range of 2,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 15 knots and is asking €4.95 million.

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