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Princess motor yacht Fly sold

Princess motor yacht Fly sold

The 26 metre motor yacht Fly, jointly listed for sale by G-Yachts with Marine Voyage, has been sold to a Norwegian client with Jean Lacombe at Yachts Invest introducing the buyer.

Built in GRP by British yard Princess, Fly was delivered in 2012 as a Princess 85 model and has been only lightly used since. Her lavish interior by Armani Casa can accommodate up to eight guests in four cabins comprised of a master suite, two VIP suites and a twin, all with entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities.

The saloon is open-plan and comes with two leather sofas, two armchairs, a coffee table and an entertainment centre including a large television screen and a surround sound system. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for up to eight guests and storage for glassware, china and silver.

Outdoor areas are extensive and include a large aft deck with U-shaped seating and a teak table, while up on the flybridge al fresco entertainment and dining options are excellent. This deck offers a helm position, sunpads, a wet bar, an oversized sunbathing area and ample seating around a large teak dining table, all under a GRP hard top with a retractable sunroof.

Twin 1,925hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 19 knots and she is fitted with Trac fin zero-speed stabilisers.

Fly was asking €2,400,000 and will be renamed Chancer.

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