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Superyacht Private Lives at the Miami Show with Vripack and N&J

Superyacht Private Lives at the Miami Show with Vripack and N&J

If I published every single yacht and her broker on view at the forthcoming Miami show there'd be no room in this column for anything else but Maarten Ten Holter at Vripack sends an impassioned plea to mention that the 36.58m expedition yacht Private Lives is on display with Chuck MacMahon at Northrop & Johnson and promises a drink, so there's really no contest.

Private Lives was designed by Vripack and built by RMK Marine in 2003. Intended for extended cruising she has a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 11 knots. Stable and strongly built to Lloyds class and MCA compliant, Private Lives has a very spacious and luxurious interior with accommodation for 10 guests in a master, two double and two twin cabins.

Private Lives was previously asking €7.95 million, but is now priced at $9,875,000, which equates to a drop of around $200,000.

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