Substantial price cut on sailing superyacht Mystere at Ocean Independence
by Malcolm MacLean
The 43.2 metre sailing yacht Mystere has had an overnight €1.45 million price cut, according to Marc Haendle at Ocean Independence who has her listed for sale.
Designed by Tripp Design, Mystere was built by Dutch yard Vitters to Lloyds class and launched in 2006 to become a worthy winner at the 2007 World Superyacht Awards. An interior in cherry wood by Dick Young is notable in that she has a single large central saloon area, doing away with the more familiar upper and lower saloon concept.
Accommodation is for seven guests in four cabins including a full width master suite with its own access to a private owner’s cockpit on deck. With an alustar hull and a carbon superstructure, Mystere is sleek, elegant and fast.
Currently en route to the Caribbean, Mystere is down from €12,950,000 to €11,500,000.