101m  WYG superyacht Atessa IV

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Further €10M price drop on 101m WYG superyacht Attessa IV

21 May 2024 • Written by Nick Jeffery

A further €10,000,000 price drop has been announced on the 101.2-metre superyacht Attessa IV, listed with Merle Wood of Merle Wood & Associates, who said the owner has purchased his next yacht.

Originally built in Japan, the steel-hulled yacht was totally rebuilt in Vancouver, Canada, over four years by Washington Yachting Group (WYG) and completed in 2010. Diana Yacht Design was the original naval architect but Gregory Marshall was brought in for the rebuild. She won the "Best Rebuilt Yacht" Neptune at the World Superyacht Awards in 2011. She has now had a total of $40,000,000 taken off her original asking price.

Attessa IV is lying in Cabo, Mexico, and now asking €109,500,000

Attessa IV accommodates up to 18 guests in nine staterooms, including an owner's private apartment with its own living room, access to a private outside deck with a dining table and a private helicopter pad. Four of the remaining guest cabins are located on the upper deck and the other four are on the lower deck. There are quarters for a crew of 28.

Attessa IV boasts a spa on the lower deck with treatment rooms, sauna, steam room and a separate gym. The lower deck also features a beach club aft of the gym with a Jacuzzi and ample seating. Guests can enjoy a large pool on the sundeck, which has a separate shallow area for children.

A large private cinema on the main deck is one of the standout features as well as a glass elevator running from the lower deck to the sky lounge deck. Bulletproof glass windows and a Kevlar-lined hull and superstructure make this 2,864GT yacht for sale perfect for an owner who puts personal security high on their wish list.

She has a cruising speed of 18 knots, a range of 7,000 nautical miles and a top speed of 25 knots.

Attessa IV is lying in Cabo, Mexico, and now asking €109,500,000.

Read More/From the archives: Inside Attessa IV's 2010 rebuild

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