The 40.5 metre sailing yacht Marlin Del Rey V, listed for sale with Northrop & Johnson, has received a $2,000,000 price reduction.
Built in aluminium by German yard Lurssen to a design by Tony Castro, she was delivered in 1993 as a world-cruising ketch and refitted in 2002 with constant upgrades since. A custom interior by Ken Freivokh features three well-appointed cabins below deck, which accommodate up to six guests. Located amidships, the master cabin provides the utmost comfort while an additional two cabins both have side-by-side single berths and en suite bathroom facilities.
She features an inviting deck saloon with sweeping panoramic views. Showcasing a large sofa and chairs as well as a dining table, this space is perfect for hosting guests. Providing even more space for guest use, the deck saloon opens to a large cockpit.
Stability was a prime requirement during her build, and here the yard excelled. This yacht for sale heels no more than 20 degrees when close-hauled and carrying full sail in Beaufort Force 6 winds and associated sea conditions. Lürssen achieved this through her wide 9.2 metre beam using a low resistance, large volume bulb keel, and paying close attention to weight calculations.
Under power, her top speed is 14 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 2,700 nautical miles at 12 knots with power coming from a 730hp MTU 12V183TE62 diesel engine.
Marlin Del Rey V is now asking $1,500,000.
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