Price reduction on Superyacht Cup & Regatta winner Gliss

16 November 2009 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Winner of both the The Horus Superyacht Cup in Palma and the Loro Piano Superyacht Regatta in Porto Cervo, the Briand Design 32 metre sailing superyacht Gliss has an impressive racing pedigree. And, built at Royal Huisman and launched in 2006, the superyacht's asking price has been reduced from €14.5 million to €11.8 million.

“The owner really wants to get cracking on a new boat,” confirms Toby Maclaurin from the Zurich office of Gliss’ sole central agent, Ocean Independence. “The owner is also a realist, hence the drop in price.”

Capable of accommodating seven guests in four cabins, the Swiss-flagged, aluminium sloop is currently based in Antibes. “Gliss really is the perfect combination of comfort, style and speed,” concludes Maclaurin.

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