7% Price Reduction on 26m Motor Yacht

Press Release
Wednesday, December 12, 2012

World market leaders in yacht appraisals, brokers and crewing, First Class Nautical, has announced a 7% price cut on the 26m motor yacht, Eleonora.

 

The “next generation” motor yacht is being re-introduced to the yacht market at €3.25m, from €3.5m.


Eleonora, one of the remarkably popular Moonen 84 boasts tremendous elegance and style. The 26m motor yacht has been fitted with innovative décor with stimulating contemporary styles set in a warm wood-and-fabric environment, by the Dutch design house, ArtLine. Additionally, she has an extra long range fuel tank installed from new, allowing even longer periods between bunkers that traditional displacement motor yachts are noted for.


Eleonora has been professionally maintained and managed by the same company and crew for the past 18 months. When underway she will cruise in comfort, fully stabilized at 10kts. She features eight luxurious and spacious cabins including a full beam en-suite Master cabin, a further double VIP cabin and two twins to port and starboard, together with 3 crew berths back aft.
 

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