David Seal of Camper & Nicholsons International sends word that he's just signed up a new Princess 85 motor yacht for sale in a joint listing with Princess UK.
The 2011-built yacht, which goes by the name of Office, is described as being in a better-than-new condition, having been cruised just sufficiently to find and alleviate any of the snagging issues found on new yachts and maintained in tip-top condition by her dedicated crew. She also comes with new bottom paint, zincs and cleaned propellors.
Office sleeps 10 guests in four cabins - one of which has two sets of bunks but can be converted back to a standard double if required. The crew of four have their own quarters aft. The interior is well-appointed and tastefully decorated with custom Armani design, fabrics and furnishing, and features satin finished walnut throughout and marble-clad en suites.
The yacht's GRP flybridge hardtop has an electrically operated sunroof, and on the flybridge itself there is a spa pool and outdoor seating. Further seating on the aft deck is complemented by a cockpit bar.
Her twin 1,925hp Caterpillar C32A engines power her to a top speed of 28 knots, and she has a TracStar digital fin stabiliser system.
Lying in Antibes, Office is asking €3.95 million.