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Price reduction to superyacht Gotta Go at Moran Yacht & Ship

On August 10th 2010 I advised that Moran Yacht & Ship would be displaying the 44.2m motor yacht Gotta Go at the Fort Lauderdale show and now here's even more reason to give her the once-over as her price is reduced by over $1.8 million.

Formerly named Lady Kathryn III, she’s a Seastar 145 design motor yacht, built in 2003 by NQEA to a Don Shead design, with a Claudette Bonville interior. This ABS classed superyacht can accommodate eight guests in one master and three double cabins. A further stateroom, which is normally used as a gym, can also be converted into a twin cabin to accommodate a further two guests. A maximum speed of 27 knots, and a cruising speed of 24 knots can be achieved via two 3700hp MTU diesel engines and her asking price has come down from $14.75 million to $12.927 million.

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