Superyacht Andromeda la Dea's price reduced by Merle Wood and Northrop & Johnson

15 December 2009 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

News just in from Dirk Johnson at Merle Wood & Associates of a price cut to his joint central for sale, with Hank Halsted at Northrop and Johnson, of Perini's 47m sailing yacht Andromeda la Dea.

Delivered by Perini Navi in 1990, the superyacht  had a thorough refit in 2006 including a flybridge extension with Jacuzzi, plus new engines and generators. Andromeda la Dea is also now the only 47m Perini with carbon roller furling booms. Built to ABS class, the luxury yacht accommodates eight guests in a master, two doubles and a twin and will be spending this winter in the Caribbean. Previously priced at €14.95 million, Andromeda la Dea's now asking €13.95 million.

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