The 34.85 metre Heesen motor yacht Alcor, listed for sale by Lukas Stratmann at Ocean Independence, has seen a price reduction of €1 million.
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch superyacht yard Heesen to ABS class, she was delivered in 2000 to a very experienced owner and has since been carefully maintained. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in six cabins comprising a main deck master suite, two doubles, two twins with Pullman berths and a single cabin, all with en suite shower rooms.
On the main deck, the master suite is situated forward with the galley amidships to port and the main foyer and day head to starboard The formal dining area behind seats up to 10 guests around an oval table, and the lounge area has two sofas and an armchair around a coffee table to port, plus a drinks table to serve four behind, and to starboard a sofa, coffee table and armchair.
The main deck aft offers guests a sheltered al fresco dining area consisting of a plush C-shaped sofa, raised table and movable chairs while a starboard stairway leads to the upper deck aft, side walkways lead to the foredeck and two stairways aft connect to the lower deck swim platform.
The flybridge has sunbeds placed along the stern and starboard side around the communications mast, and amidships is another large al fresco dining area surrounded on three sides by a C-shaped sofa. Twin 475hp Caterpillar diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 11 knots topping out at 13 knots.
Alcor is now asking €3,900,000.
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