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Open House on motor yacht Carpe Diem in Antibes with IYC

Frank Grzeszczak at International Yacht Collection tells me he's flying to Europe today to host an open house aboard the 58.22m motor yacht Carpe Diem in Antibes harbour on June 21st from 3pm to 7pm.

Delivered by Trinity Yachts in 2011, she features a striking interior designed by Carol Williamson and can accommodate 12 guests in a full beam master suite on the main deck, plus four double staterooms and a convertible gym below.

Twin Caterpillar 3516B engines give Carpe Diem speeds of up to 21 knots and she’s ABS classed and MCA compliant.

Frank goes on to say he'll be staying to attend the 2012 ShowBoats Design Awards in Monaco where Carpe Diem is a finalist, having also been a finalist at last month's World Superyacht Awards.

Carpe Diem is asking $62 million.

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