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Power to Sail sells Azimut luxury yacht Mosafa - again

Jonathan Browne from Power To Sail in Antibes tells me he's sold the 26.49 metre motor yacht Mosafa for the second time this year with Cebi Yachts in Turkey representing the buyer.

She was sold back in April 2014 and put back onto the market in July and the deal has just been closed with a buyer from Turkey, following a price reduction from €1.4 million to €1.2 million in September.

Mosafa was built in GRP by Italian superyacht yard Azimut to a design by Stefano Righini and delivered in 2007 as an immaculate example of Azimut’s 86S range of motor yachts, and has been carefully managed and maintained.

An interior by Carlo Galeazzi accommodates eight guests in a master suite, double stateroom and two twin cabins, all with en suite facilities. Although previously privately used, Mosafa is MCA compliant so could be used as a charter yacht to offset running costs. Arneson surface drives linked to a pair of 2,000hp MTU diesels give her an impressive top speed of 40 knots.

Jonathan Browne comments: ‘Her previous owner has enjoyed being aboard but finds four cabins a limiting factor with his extended family.’

Lying in Golfe Juan, France, Mosafa was asking €1.2 million.

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