I interrupt Niel Gow's lunch at Thierry Voisin to discuss his central listing, the 27m motor yacht Seaquence, and Niel says she's just had a price cut.
A classic superyacht, she was built in 1983 by CNL as one of the yard’s Admiral range. She boasts a fine pedigree with a flybridge designed by Terence Disdale and a stylish Italian interior by Frederic Mechiche. ABS classed and MCA compliant, Seaquence accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms and has been scrupulously maintained by a professional crew.
She comes complete with brand new Kohler 33Kw generators with zero hours and twin 1320hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 20 knots. Seaquence was asking €750,000 and is now down to €700,000.