The 30.48 metre sailing yacht Havana of London has had a central agency change as Tim Quinlan and Marc Haendle at Ocean Independence join Matt Albert at Yachting Partners International to list her for sale.
A cutter rigged sloop, Havana of London was designed by Bill Dixon and built by Dutch yard Vitters in cedar and epoxy to ABS class and delivered in 2000. Her second owner bought her in 2006 and has spent considerable amounts of time and money keeping her in first-class condition. A luxurious pear wood interior accommodates six guests in a large master suite and two twin cabins, along with a crew of four.
A recent refit in 2014 included a new main engine, generators and sails. She has beautiful lines and a very clean deck space, which makes for easy sail handling as well as open lounging areas. A further advantage is that she is coded for charter in the Balearic islands. Under power, a 374hp MAN engine gives her a range of 3,200 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Lying in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Havana of London is asking €3,975,000 with VAT paid. See full details, specs and a photo gallery of superyacht Havana of London for sale