€300k price drop on converted tug Mastiff
by Malcolm Maclean
Built in steel by British yard Appledore Shipbuilders, Mastiff was delivered in 1967 as a deep sea tug and converted into a luxury superyacht in 2010. Equipped with the latest electronic navigation devices, modern entertainment systems and a newly styled interior with chic design and furnishing, she hosts up to nine guests in accommodations comprising a master suite on the upper deck with access to the aft deck lounge and a private elevator to the saloon, two twin-bedded cabins and a VIP cabin below, all with en suite facilities.
Outdoor spaces on Mastiff include the aft deck with direct access to the saloon through an electric sliding glass door and a shaded al fresco dining option plus a full beam aft sun pad. Above the main deck, the upper level has walk around teak decks with exterior and interior access, and offers a sun deck area complete with a coffee table plus chairs and chaise lounges. Twin Lister Blackstone 750hp engines give her a cruising speed of 10.5 knots.
Yacht for sale Mastiff is now asking €2,700,000.