Price reduction on sailing superyacht Aegir at bluewater
by Malcolm MacLean
Aegir was built by Carbon Ocean Yachts to RINA class in 2010 and, using the latest construction techniques, the hull is built of pre-preg carbon fibre, giving enormous weight savings and blistering pace. With just a three- or four-day transformation, a soft, elegant and fast cruiser loses eight tons to become an ultra high-performance racing yacht. To prove the point, she won first place in the Maxi Racing class at the 2013 Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup world championships.
The main saloon is spacious featuring an open plan layout, with the galley off to one side that leads to the crew cabin aft. Accommodation is for six guests in a master suite, double stateroom and a twin cabin – all with en suite bathroom facilities, while a 180hp Yanmar engine gives power for 10 to 12 knots.
Lying in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Aegir is down from €6,590,000 to €5,995,000.