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.