A $1,250,000 price drop has been confirmed on the 38-metre motor yacht Ariadne, which has also had a change of central agency to Jeff Shaffer at Superyacht Sales and Charter.
Ariadne was built in aluminium by US yard Breaux Baycraft. Delivered in 1979, she had the same owner for her first nine years of service.
The interior of this yacht for sale accommodates eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite, double and a twin.
Ariadne has benefitted from an extensive refit, a transformation which earned her a spot as nominee and finalist at 2021's World Superyacht Awards in the 'Refit of the Year' category.
During the refit, the sundeck was completely overhauled and now has a spa tub, a bar, cocktail areas, al fresco dining and a barbeque. The space now also features a fully equipped gym, including adjustable weights, two aerobic machines and two mountain bikes for exploring ashore.
Her interior boasts new lighting, updated entertainment systems and internet services, while a refreshed galley includes a new five-burner Verona range with double ovens.
A previous refit saw her interiors completely overhauled, with the addition of carpets and Art Deco motifs displayed throughout. In the main saloon, two sofas and two armchairs are located in front of access to the aft deck, where al fresco dining is found.
Up on the flybridge, the helm is situated on the centreline, while aft of the helm station console is a wet bar with a stainless steel sink, ice maker and refrigerator box. Further aft and to starboard is a three-burner propane gas grill.
Across from the grill on the port side is a high gloss table for 10 guests, mounted on double aluminium pedestals and with blue fabric cushions on the seating.
Four 650hp John Deere diesel engines power Ariadne to a cruising speed of up to 15 knots and she is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilisers.
Lying in Connecticut, USA, Ariadne is now asking $3,250,000.