Price reduction for Benetti's Allegro

1 September 2009 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Central agent for the yacht, Jeff Partin of Fraser Yachts, Fort Lauderdale, spoke of the latest price reduction made to Allegro. “The boat is in turn-key condition and a lot of brokers use this phrase, but this one - right down to stem wear – is truly turn-key,” he explains. Currently lying in Viareggio, Allegro has undergone further price reductions from US$14,373,000 to the new asking price is US$12,575,000.

Launched in 2008, the 37.57 metre yacht can accommodate ten guests and with a cruising speed of 14.5 knots she has a range of 33,000 nautical miles. “All of her warranty work has been completed,” continues Partin who has just returned to Florida after a month in Italy project managing the final warranty items for the yacht’s owner.

“She has five staterooms, zero speed stabilisers, ABS and MCA which - these days - are must-haves,” he comments. “Even if you aren’t going to charter the boat, you need all these things for resale. There’s simply nothing else on the market that compares with this boat on a value basis,” says Partin. “If you really want to hit a home run for yourself or your client, in terms of value, this is the boat.”

Allegro will be at the Monaco Yacht Show unless a sale is made prior to the event.

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