IYC’s Chany Sabates III Signs Monty as New Central

Press Release
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Monty

 IYC announced that Chaney Sabates has signed Monty as a new central listing.


Monty, 86’ (26.2m) Azimut S Cruiser, 2005

  •  Asking Price: $2,695,000 USD
  •  Broker/CA: Chany Sabates
  •  Location: Miami Beach, Florida USA
  •  Own a piece of Formula 1, Nascar and Indy history!
  •  Monty’s seller is the winner of the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, INDY 500, 2-time Nascar winner, 2-time Rolex24-Hours of Daytona winner and a former Indy Racing League Champion!
  •  An Azimut 86S model, Monty is the most powerful of all Azimut cruisers with unprecedented performance. She reaches a top speed of 44 knots thanks to her state-of-the-art engine and propulsion system featuring twin MTU V16 M91’s with a total 4,000hp. Monty sleeps 10 guests in 4 staterooms plus has crew accommodations for up to 3 full-time crew. Her retractable hardtop, hydraulic swim platform and transom tender garage are just a few of her quality features.

Monty has been captain- maintained since new and is turn-key ready.

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