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Price reduction on Alfamarine superyacht Aktobe at Fraser Yachts and Ocean Independence

Eric Trupheme at Ocean Independence sends word of a €400,000 price drop on the 42.5m motor yacht Aktobe, a joint listing for sale with Giulio Riggio at Fraser Yachts.

Aktobe was built by Cantieri di Fiumicino in 2003 to a design by Andrea Bacigalupo and was the first all-aluminium yacht to be MCA coded. Twin 2,755hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 13 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers. One of the yard's Alfamarine series, Aktobe is ABS classed and has a warm and inviting interior featuring richly coloured fabrics and soft wood finishes.

Accommodation is for as many as 16 guests in eight cabins including a full beam owner’s suite on the main deck. There are also three double staterooms along with two twins, a triple and a single, all with state of the art audio visual systems and all with en suite bathrooms.

Trupheme adds that the owner is really keen to sell and will consider all offers.

Lying in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Aktobe is down from €7.2 million to €6.8 million.

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