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Price cut on Princess motor yacht Maestro of Gibraltar

The 29.42 metre motor yacht Maestro of Gibraltar, listed for sale by Jeremy Bottau at Ocean Independence, has had a €350,000 price reduction.

Built in GRP by UK yard Princess Motor Yachts, she was delivered in 2009 as a Princess 95’ model. Accommodation is for eight guests in four well appointed cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite, double and twin, all with en suite bathroom facilities, and there are a further two crew cabins.

The generous main saloon has panoramic windows allowing in plenty of daylight and has comfortable seating in cream coloured leather settees and armchairs grouped around a massive coffee table and there is a bar and entertainment centre plus a formal dining area forward with seating for eight guests.

Outdoor areas are extensive and include an aft deck geared towards al fresco entertaining and dining with built in upholstered seating and a table, while up on the flybridge is a bar and seating area sheltered by a custom hard top, offering a welcome area for evening cocktails and snacks while watching the coast glide by. Included in the sale offer is a Williams tender and a SeaDoo jet ski.

This yacht for sale has a nifty turn of speed, with twin 2,434hp MTU engines and a deep V hull delivering top speeds of 27 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilizers.

Lying in Imperia, Italy, yacht for sale Maestro of Gibraltar is down from €3,250,000 to €2,900,000.

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