Thierry Voisin reduces the prices of Franjack and Volador

11 June 2009 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Niel Gow of Thierry Voisin writes in to report two price cuts. Firstly, Franjack, the 31m 2006 Maiora has had her price reduced from €5.7 million to €4.2 million and, says Neil, “really does represent the best value on the market for her class.” Fully MCA compliant for the charter market, she is currently available for viewing in Viareggio. The 25m sailing yacht Volador has also had her price reduced, from almost €2 million to €1.32 million. Volador was built by Royal Huisman in 1982 to a German Frers design and was refitted in 2005. With a practical and comfortable layout of five cabins sleeping 10 guests, she is also MCA compliant and is currently lying in Marseille. Niel concludes by saying the owners of both yachts are keen to sell and are open to offers.

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