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Price reduction on superyacht Van Triumph at Executive Marine

Price reduction on superyacht Van Triumph at Executive Marine

Now even the Australian brokers are lowering prices as Alan Hagg at Executive Marine says there's been a US$1 million drop in price on his central listing, the 64.6m motor yacht Van Triumph.

Built by Hong Kong’s Supercraft in 1984, she exceeds Lloyds 100+A1 class in most areas and passed a Lloyds survey in June 2009.

Van Triumph is built to a three compartment standard and also has a double hull with 1m separation in the area of the engine and control rooms. Each side of the double hull is further sub-divided into four compartments. Also, the wheelhouse and accommodation areas – sleeping 16 guests in eight staterooms – are bulletproof, having being built for areas where piracy remains a threat.

Van Triumph has an estimated range of 15,000 miles at 11 knots and her very large refrigeration areas allow for long voyages without the need for re-provisioning.

As Alan says, she'd make an ideal shadow yacht and is ripe for conversion at her new asking price of US$11 million.

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