Price reduction on superyacht Antibes at Ocean Independence

20 January 2011 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Last week it was the Fraser Yachts brokers who were announcing so many price cuts but this week it's Ocean Independence stepping into the limelight as Jim Acher in Palma sends word of a reduction in the price of the 32m motor yacht Antibes.

Built by Turkey’s Saenz yard in 2010 to a design by Dubois she's RINA classed and MCA compliant, offering accommodation for 10 guests in a master suite on the main deck, two double and two twin staterooms plus six berths for crew in three cabins. Fitted with zero speed stabilisers, Antibes has a cruising speed of 12 knots powered by twin 873hp Caterpillar engines.

Jim comments, "With his new yacht being delivered later this year, the owner is very open to all offers and a great deal awaits someone." Previously priced at €6.25 million, Antibes is now asking €5.875 million.

View specifications and photo gallery for Antibes superyacht.

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