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Price cuts on superyachts Camelot and Texas Star II at Denison

Bob Denison at Denison Yacht Sales sends me news of price reductions on two of Bob Offer's motor yacht listings, the 37.5m Camelot and 35m Texas Star II.

Built in aluminium by Royal Huisman in 1985, Camelot sleeps 10 guests in five ensuite staterooms including a main deck owner's suite and twin 1050hp MTU engines give her a range of 2,150 nautical miles. Camelot underwent a $1.2 million refit in 2008/2009 which saw all her major equipment rebuilt and her price is now down from $2.75 million to $1.925 million.

The Denison yard delivered Texas Star II in 1988 and, again, she's an all-aluminium superyacht. Accommodation is for eight guests in four staterooms and twin MTU engines with a total power output of 3480hp deliver a very fast cruising speed of 35 knots. Formerly priced at $2.1 million, Texas Star II is now asking $1.75 million.

Both superyachts are currently available to view in Fort Lauderdale.

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