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Price drops on superyachts B-Nice and Trilogy at Fraser

Never one to do things by halves, Jeff Partin sends me news of price reductions on two of his central motor yacht listings, the 34.9m B-Nice and 27.43m Trilogy.

B-Nice is an explorer yacht completed by Turkey’s Saba yard in September 2010 and delivered in January 2011. RINA classed, she accommodates eight guests in a full beam master suite on the upper deck and three queen-sized VIP master staterooms below.

The interior features solid wood American classic and period furniture and B-Nice also boasts a private elevator to the owner’s deck. Twin 740hp MTU engines power her to a cruising speed of 10 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles.

Located in Izmir, Turkey her asking price is down from €6.75 million to €5,995,000.

Trilogy is a rugged long range cruising motor yacht built in 1985 by Cheoy Lee to a design by Jack Hargrave. She's been continually upgraded including a mechanical refit in 2003 at Bradford Marine and an interior refit in 2004 under the direction of Patrick Knowles.

Accommodation is for six to eight guests in a master, double and twin cabins plus two Pullman berths. Fitted with Naiad stabilisers, twin 650hp GM engines give Trilogy a cruising speed of 10 knots and a range of 2,500 nautical miles.

Available to view at the Fort Lauderdale show, Trilogy is down from $1,695,000 to $1,495,000.

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