$1.25 million price cut to superyacht Shambhala at Denison

18 February 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Jared Neff at Denison Yacht Sales emails me to say that his central listing, MCP's 29.1m global fast trawler yacht Shambhala has had a pretty significant price reduction.

Launched by the Brazilian yard in 2005, Jared says she's an innovative concept in the long range superyacht market. Built entirely in aluminium, she is fully stabilised and can go anywhere in the world with her double hull. Accommodating up to 14 guests in five staterooms, her 3,000 nautical mile range at 10.5 knots enables her to cross oceans. With onboard back-ups for all major systems, Shambhala is now asking $5.65 million, down from $6.9 million.

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