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Open day aboard motor yachts Grace E and Ninemia with Fraser this week

Jan Jaap Minnema at Fraser Yachts asks me to mention that he'll be hosting an Open Day aboard the 50m motor yacht Grace E in Port Camille Rayon on June 7th between 2pm and 6:30pm at the same time as Richard Earp is showing his central listing, the 31m Vitters-built Ninemia.

Built by Codecasa in 2004 and refitted in 2009, Grace E accommodates 12 guests in six cabins including a master suite and VIP stateroom on the main deck. An exceptional sun deck features a large custom gymnasium, spa pool and water-mist cooling system while a five-person elevator connects all four decks. Twin 2,260hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 5,000 nautical miles.

Grace E is asking $19.5 million.

Built by Vitters in 1995, Ninemia was designed by Willem de Vries Lentsch and combines high performance with the classic profile of more conventional yachts. She can achieve speeds in excess of 30 knots.

Ninemia features a large sun deck with lounge seating for numerous guests, and two hydraulically-controlled high-low tables transform it into a dining area for ten. The interior, by French designer Isabelle Blanchère, is exquisitely finished in mahogany, with a large and comfortable lounge and separate dining area.

Accommodation is for ten guests, consisting of a spacious owner’s stateroom with two bathrooms and three additional double cabins with ensuite facilities.

Ninemia is asking €2.95 million.

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