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Currency switch on superycaht Carl Linné at Northrop & Johnson and Dubois Yachts

News arrives from Dubois Yachts of a currency change on the the 32.3m sailing yacht Carl Linné, a joint listing between Michael Nethersole at Northrop & Johnson and Toby Walker at Dubois Yachts.

Designed by Gerald Dijkstra and built in 2003 by Holland Jachtbouw to Lloyds class, Carl Linné is a modern interpretation of the fast and seaworthy Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter. Like her forbears, her powerful sail plan is easy to handle with a minimum of crew, and her plumb bow and broad counter stern give her a strong, workmanlike appearance.

MCA Large Yacht compliant, Carl Linné accommodates six guests in three staterooms.

Now in Europe and available for viewing at the Cannes Boat Show, Carl Linné was asking $5.25 million and is now priced at €3,950,000.

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