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10,950,000€
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2,495,000$
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14% reduction
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Price reduction on Zeepaard
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February 16, 2015
Red Dragon listed for sale
21,000,000€
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New to market
February 13, 2015
Vicem 107 listed for sale
6,650,000$
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New to market
29,700,000$
Codecasa | 51 m | 2008
New to market
February 13, 2015
Happy Day on the market again
7,995,000$
Overmarine | 40 m | 2007
Agency change
February 12, 2015
Namoh central agency change
8,495,000$
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6% reduction
14,900,000$
Christensen | 44 m | 2002
New to market
37,000,000€
Amels | 55 m | 2012
New to market
February 11, 2015
Maratanix X listed for sale
14,000,000$
Sensation Yachts | 45 m | 2006
New to market
6,150,000$
Danish Yachts | 35 m | 2006
40% reduction
February 4, 2015
Price reduction SS Delphine
19,750,000€
Great Lakes Engineering | 78.3 m | 1921
25% reduction
19,950,000$
Hakvoort | 46 m | 2004
15% reduction
January 30, 2015
Price reduction on Mustique
23,000,000$
Trinity Yachts | 55 m | 2005
23% reduction
7,295,000$
Delta Marine | 38 m | 1998
40% reduction
2,900,000$
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Ocean Independence has added the 34-meter yacht Bluephire, designed by Christian Leyk and built by Tureddi, to its sales portfolio. This yacht exemplifies the Mediterranean lifestyle, merging advanced technology with artisanal craftsmanship.Tureddi, a shipyard founded by a family with a passion for yachting, has decided to branch out after 45 years of contract work with renowned Italian brands like Sanlorenzo, Codecasa, and Benetti. Having built 60 yachts, they now plan to construct a fleet of 30-60 meter semi-custom yachts under their own name.Bluephire, a 34m new-build project, is a true reflection of Tureddi’s values. It features a glass salon that opens completely on both ends, enhancing indoor/outdoor living. The yacht measures 34 meters in length, with a waterline length of 27 meters, a beam of 6.9 meters, and a draft of 1.3 meters, and has a gross tonnage of 230GT.Powered by two MAN V8 1000HP engines, Bluephire offers a cruising speed of 14 knots and a maximum speed of 16 knots, with a range of 450 nautical miles. An alternative engine arrangement featuring two MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines can increase the cruising speed to 25 knots and the maximum speed to 35 knots, with a range of 370 nautical miles.Bluephire emphasizes outdoor living and water activities, featuring sun beds, easy water access, space for water toys, a bar, and a well-designed living area. Natural illumination and innovative lighting systems, along with new materials and natural air circulation, enhance the main living area, which includes a lounge, dining area, and bar. The open pilot house and foredeck with sun beds and seating extend the living space.The lower saloon provides a cozy retreat, while the yacht ensures well-equipped crew spaces. Bluephire can be customized to the owner's preferences, including color schemes and details, offering a refined yachting experience.Tureddi's potential for producing fully custom new builds sets them apart in the luxury yacht market, leveraging their expertise and world-class facilities to offer a seamless and efficient building experience.Credit: Ocean Independence
Mishi 88: Balancing Safety and Comfort
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Special One Ready to Set Sail
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The Italian Sea Group Finalizes Sale of Viareggio Shipyard
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Heesen Yachts Christens 50m ALP
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