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Further price drop on Fifth Ocean motor yacht Destiny

The 23.9 metre pocket explorer yacht Destiny, listed for sale by Irina Blagodyr at bluewater, has had a further €150,000 price reduction.

Built in steel and aluminium by Ukranian yard Fifth Ocean Shipyard to a design by Ginton Naval Architects, Destiny was launched in 2014 for her current owner. An interior designed by Eric van Dongen accommodates up to eight guests in four cabins laid out as a master suite, VIP suite, a double and a twin, all with en suite shower facilities.

On the main deck of this yacht for sale there is a spacious saloon including a comfortable lounge area and a formal dining room plus a dinette and galley kitchen. Additionally, in the open part of the foredeck there is a lounging zone with bench seating and a Jacuzzi spa tub. The aft deck is perfect for al fresco dining with ample seating and a large dining table.

Destiny was designed with transatlantic capability and has all the large yacht options including bow thrusters, an Opacmare hydraulic crane and gangway, a tropical reverse cycle air-conditioning system and galley equipment by Miele. She also boasts a sophisticated audio visual system including smart television screens remotely controlled by iPads or iPhones.

The captain's cabin is located on the wheelhouse deck as well as a gas grill and further outdoor dining facilities. Twin 275hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 3,200 knots at 8.5 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.

On display at this week's Cannes yacht show, Destiny is now asking €2.8 million.

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