James Auld of Edmiston has announced the sale of the 46.65 metre superyacht Beluga, in an in-house deal. Her asking price was recently reduced from € 3,950,000 to € 3,450,00.
The superyacht was built in Japan at the Ishikawajima-Harima H.I. shipyard in 1968 and a year later the Tokyo based shipyard launched a sistership called Dolly (now named Anemos).
Beluga, like her sistership, features an interior by the late Jon Bannenberg and sleeps 10 guests, in 1 master, 2 double and 2 twin cabins, and accommodates 14 crew. Twin 560hp General Motors diesel engines propel the ABS classed superyacht to a cruising speed of 12 knots.
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