$205,000 price reduction to superyacht Antithesis at International Yacht Collection

25 October 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

The eve of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show always brings news of a slew of price cuts and now I hear that that Michael Mahan and Simon Gibson at International Yacht Collection's listing, Viking’s 32.9m motor yacht Antithesis has come down by $205,000.

Built by Italy’s Versilcraft yard in 2002 to US specifications, she was marketed as a Viking yacht and had a new exterior paint job in 2005. With accommodation for eight guests in four cabins, she’s proved to be a great yacht for entertaining and would be suitable for private or charter use. This superyacht can reach 24 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 20 knots can whisk her new owner to exotic destinations in a minimum of time. Previously marketed at $3.6 million, Antithesis is now asking $3.395 million.

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Viking   32 m •  2001

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