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Normandie motor yacht Shootin’ the Breeze for sale

Normandie motor yacht Shootin’ the Breeze for sale

The 26 metre motor yacht Shootin’ the Breeze has been listed for sale by Kirill Anissimov at Fraser.

Built in triple-planked mahogany by French yard Normandie to a design by Raymond Hunt, Shootin’ the Breeze was delivered in 1965 and most recently refitted in 1996. Accommodation is for seven guests in five cabins comprising a master suite, twin and three singles, all with television screens and en suite bathroom facilities while the crew quarters sleep four staff aboard this yacht for sale.

The family-oriented saloon lounge area has dark wood panelling setting off the blue carpeting and offers comfortable seating with an L-shaped sofa and armchairs in front of an entertainment centre including a large screen television set and a DVD system

Outdoors, a popular al fresco dining and entertainment area is the aft deck with a table and six chairs while up on the top deck lies another dining space along with sun beds and pads. Meanwhile, the bow area, in front of the wheelhouse, offers sunbathing in total privacy, featuring four sun beds.

Her top speed is 20 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 800 nautical miles at 12 knots with power coming from two 986hp MAN D2842LE diesel engines.

Lying in the South of France, Shootin’ the Breeze is asking €595,000.

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