Jane Hardy of Peter Insull's Yacht Marketing tells me that there’s been a change of price on their central agency listing, the 48.35m motor yacht Grace.
Jane says this isn't a “white yacht” designed as a platform for sipping cocktails in St Tropez or St Barths: Grace is a real sailor’s yacht designed for exploring the world in style. Apart from being one of the very few recent yachts to be built with the romantic lines and elegant bow of the 1920’s, Grace is remarkable for many other reasons, one of the most interesting being that no generators are needed at night. As with many yachts, the electrical installation allows the yacht to ‘run silent’ while at anchor for up to 12 hours.
Grace was designed for comfortable living. Features such as the large windows in the saloon which allow a clear view from within, the real fire place in the library, the elegant dining room and the huge aft deck are testament to this. However, her solid, practical construction which allowed her certification as a Commercial Vessel for Unlimited Deep Sea Navigation and Deep Sea Ice Class III along with more than 5,000 nautical miles range mean that Grace can cruise long distances in total security.
Grace is now priced at €12.5 million and is cruising in Norway this summer where she is also offered for charter through Peter Insull's charter department.