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Double G and My Iris see price cuts by Merle Wood
John Cohen at Merle Wood & Associates writes in to say that the owner of Broward's 35.96m Double G wants her sold now and has reduced the price accordingly. Built in 2000, her price has come down from $4.995 million to $4.5 million and she recently had a new custom interior complete with raised panel mahogany woodwork. Double G has a four stateroom layout with accommodation for eight guests and five crew.
John also advises that Trinity's 45m My Iris has been reduced from $23.95 million to $22 million. Delivered in 2003, her Claudette Bonville interior offers accommodation for ten guests in five cabins. Highly specified, she's fitted with zero speed stabilisers, is MCA compliant and has a range of 3,500 nautical miles. My Iris is not for sale to US residents while in US waters.