Price drop on classic sailing yacht Moonbeam of Fife III at Bernard Gallay
by Malcolm MacLean
Steeped in history and a regular at classic yacht regattas for decades now, Moonbeam of Fife III was built at Scotland’s Fairlie yard and launched in 1903 to a design by the famed William Fife. A gaff cutter, her hull and superstructure are in oak while a mahogany interior sleeps four guests in two double cabins. Her streamlined shape and large sail surface area both make for an extremely elegant and unique yacht.
Currently lying in St Tropez, France, Moonbeam of Fife III is down from €2,500,000 to €1,950,000.
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