Currency switch on luxury yacht Supertoy at Ocean Independence
by Malcolm MacLean
The 28 metre motor yacht Supertoy has had a currency switch from euros to pounds sterling, her central agent for sale, Tim Quinlan at Ocean Independence, tells me.
Built in GRP by Taiwanese yard Kha Shing, she was delivered in 1993 as a Monte Fino model and was refitted in 2014. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite on the main deck with two doubles and two twins with Pullman berths below.
The main saloon has comfortable seating, a television and entertainment centre and a separate dining area. Behind the saloon is a sheltered aft deck for 12 guests which can be enclosed by screens for extra privacy. More al fresco entertainment is available on the top deck, with a fully equipped bar, a dining area and plenty of room for sunbathing.
Her refit included new soft furnishings in the saloon and lower guest cabins, plus new television screens with integrated multimedia movie systems in the guest cabins. Twin 1,100hp MAN engines give her a cruising speed of 13.5 knots and she has proved to be a popular charter yacht.
Lying in Antibes, France, Supertoy is now asking £735,000 instead of €895,000.