$5 million price reduction to superyacht Lohengrin at IYC

26 October 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

More news from Bob McKeage at International Yacht Collection as he tells me that the owner of Trinity's 49.1m motor yacht Lohengrin is 'through boating' and is a serious seller, having authorised a $5 million price cut.

Delivered by Trinity Yachts in December 2006, Lohengrin was built to ABS class and is MCA compliant, accommodating up to 11 guests in five staterooms including an on-deck master suite. This superyacht features an elegant interior by Scott Carpenter in marble and walnut and, says Bob, "can comfortably compete head-to-head with Europe's finest in this class of yacht." Lohengrin will be available to view in Fort Lauderdale from October 31st until sold and is now asking $24.5 million.

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