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Superyacht Zanzibar's price reduced at Northrop and Johnson

Michael Nethersole at Northrop and Johnson confirms that the 31.35m sailing yacht Zanzibar has had a $400,000 price cut.

Built by Tréhard in 1993 to a Gilles Vaton design, Zanzibar is a flush deck cutter with a large guest cockpit and separate aft sailing cockpit with twin wheels. She accommodates six or seven guests in three en-suite staterooms forward and up to four crew in two cabins aft. She had a thorough refit in 2008. Michael also points out that she is unique in the sailing world: "a 100+ foot yacht with a board-up draught of only 6’6”!"

One of Zanzibar's previous owners is Peter de Savary of America's Cup fame, a piece of trivia which allows me to plug the September edition of Boat International, which includes an in-depth feature on Peter and the various yachts he has owned.

Currently in Barbados, Zanzibar is now asking $3.45 million, down from $3.85 million, and is keenly for sale.

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