A €300,000 price drop has been announced on the 26.6-metre Frers sailing yacht Tulip, listed for sale by Bart de Ven International Yacht Brokerage.
Designed by German Frers, who also completed the naval architecture, she was built in aluminium by Dutch yard K & M Yachtbuilders and delivered in 2012 as the flagship of the yard. The interior, designed by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, accommodates six guests, in a master suite forward and two guest cabins, plus a crew of two. Light materials were also used in her fitout to limit the total weight, Tulip having a displacement of only 52 tonnes.
The wheelhouse is the central living space on board, with a dining table, card table, television screen, library and refrigerator. The cockpit is spacious and teak lined, as is the rest of the deck. Tulip is equipped with a carbon rig with a maximum sail area of 696 square metres, and a lifting keel with variable draught from 3.2 metres to 5.1 metres. Under power, a 215hp Perkins diesel engine gives the yacht for sale a cruising speed of 10 knots.
Lying in Mallorca, Tulip is now asking €3,300,000 with VAT paid.