Price cut to sailing catamaran Sun Tenareze at Bernard Gallay and Haas

21 August 2011 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Simultaneous emails arrive from Bernard Gallay Yacht Brokerage and Haas International informing me of a price cut to the 25.71m sailing catamaran Sun Tenareze.

Built by JFA in 2004, she was designed for an experienced and passionate owner who wished to cruise in comfort and safety, with a minimal crew. He has spent the last six years sailing the world in her, from arctic waters to the Pacific islands, and he is now ready to sell.

Her hulls and superstructure, designed by Joubert Nivelt, are made of glass/carbon composite. She has a classical Mahogony and white interior, designed by Pierre-Jacques Kubis, which is easy to maintain on long cruises. She can accommodate 6 guests in 3 cabins.

She is in superb condition having been looked after by her original captain since launch.

Currently lying in Vilanova, Spain, her new asking price is €2.5 million, down from €2.9 million, but the owner is willing to listen to all reasonable offers.

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