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Another $1 million price drop on expedition yacht Miss Lisa at Luke Brown Yachts

Andrew Cilla at Luke Brown Yachts sends word of a further $1 million price cut on the 28 metre expedition yacht Miss Lisa.

Built in steel by US yard Citadel Yachts to a design by Joe Artese, Miss Lisa was delivered in 2010. This expedition yacht features an exquisite interior to complement her striking exterior styling. A very versatile vessel for its size, Miss Lisa has four decks offering voluminous living space and a large wheelhouse with the feel of a yacht much larger than 28 metres.

She has a range of more than 4,000 nautical miles at a cruise speed of 10 knots with accommodation for eight guests and four crew members. The main deck master suite features a king sized bed, entertainment centre and marble en-suite bath. Three additional queen-berthed guest staterooms are on the lower level, all with marble en-suite baths. Further aft, two additional cabins accommodate four crew or additional guests. The layout is innovative and ergonomically designed to maximize the comfort and experience aboard for the owner and guests.

On display at next month's Fort Lauderdale boat show, Miss Lisa is down from $8.95 million to $7.95 million.

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