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Price cut on Burger motor yacht Sea Bound

The classic 30.4 metre superyacht Sea Bound, jointly listed for sale by co-central agents Camper & Nicholsons and Andrew Cilla at Luke Brown Yachts, has had a $550,000 price reduction.

Sea Bound was built with an aluminium hull and superstructure by US yard  Burger to a design by Don O’Keeffe and delivered in 1996 to experienced owners with worldwide cruising in mind. She exemplifies the timeless, classic look and feel that Burger is known for.

A full refit in 2014 included a new interior upgrade, an update of the mechanical systems and a repaint ensuring that she now sports a striking Kingston grey livery. Among the notable improvements was the installation of a new electronics and navigation mast.

This yacht for sale has accommodation for six guests in a full beam master suite, a VIP staterooom and a twin cabin. All staterooms have en-suite bathrooms.

Sea Bound features an open plan interior by Barbara Wagner and Benson Design, with hideaway window shades, abundant storage and screens on all opening doors and ports. Butternut wood, hand-finished with raised panels, is used for bulkheads and furniture to create a warm, rich interior.

She is propelled by twin 1,250hp Caterpillar engines, giving her a cruising speed of 17 knots and a range of 3,000 nautical miles. Flat out she does 19 knots.

Sea Bound is now asking $3,490,000.

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