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Price cut on 47m Christensen yacht Abbracci

The 47.24 metre Christensen superyacht Abbracci, listed for sale with Moran Yacht & Ship, has had a $800,000 price reduction.

She was built to ABS class by Christensen in 1997 with an exterior styled by Glade Johnson and Donald Starkey. In 2012, she was stripped back to the hull and comprehensively refitted over a period of 18 months.

The refit involved an update to the bridge deck that enlarged the aft deck and created a spacious boat deck saloon. All the mechanical systems were serviced, installing a new power conversion system, air conditioning system, electrical control panels, water heaters and water makers. Deadening mat was also installed under flooring to quieten Abbracci.

Her engines were overhauled, and she now features twin Deutz 2,200hp engines that give her a cruising speed of 16 knots, a range of 3,500 nautical miles at 10 knots and she is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilisers.

All the interior furnishings of yacht for saleAbbracci were upgraded and the interior modernised. Her Glade Johnson-designed interior sleeps 11 guests in a master suite — which was updated to offer his and hers bathrooms — as well as four double staterooms and a single cabin, all of which are en suite.

She was previously known as Silver Lining but was renamed Abbracci after a sale in June 2011. Moran states that her owner is very motivated to sell and will consider trades.

Abbracci is now asking $12,950,000, down from $13,750,000.

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