Camper & Nicholsons International's Simon Goldsworthy has welcomed two more yachts to Camper & Nicholsons' sales fleet. Delivered in 2004 by Admiral Yachts to the current owner, Luna features an interior by Tea Rose is a cut above the run of the mill yachts in this size range. Only ever used privately, it really shows in her condition.
With 5 cabins including a master on the main deck this yacht makes the perfect family boat, and her contemporary interior makes her as relevant today as when she was launched.With 5 cabins including a master on the main deck this yacht makes the perfect family boat, and her contemporary interior makes her as relevant today as when she was launched. Luna has an asking price of € 3,950,000.
Constructed in late 2004, and delivered in April 2005, the Falcon 86 Serendipity Blue is a MCA category II yacht, fitted out to be as attractive as possible to charterers. Only for sale as her owner has decided to move up, this yacht presents buyers with a fantastic opportunity to purchase a truly turn-key boat with a good charter reputation.
Priced fairly for a quick sale and open to reasonable offers, she has an asking price of € 1,575,000.
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