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Princess Mariana sold

Princess Mariana sold
 

Latest news of the 64th largest yacht in the world ‘Princess Mariana’ has been sold by Camper & Nicholson, Merle Wood and Denison & Daves.

At 78.6m and an asking price of €125,000,000 that was later reduced to €98,000,000 it is the most significant sale of 2011 to date. Built in 2003 in Denmark by Royal Denship, the  ‘Princess Mariana’ accomodates up to 12 guests and features a wonderful owners suite with a private sea balcony, also provided are 2 VIP Suites, 2 double staterooms and a twin cabin.

This exceptional vessel is also equipped with a disco and party deck, helipad, 13 person cinema, swimming pool and beach club. Another striking feature is the waterfall which flows down a marble wall through the decks and the tender garage which can be flooded to create a 12m swimming pool.

Powered by twin Deutz-MWM 3180hp engines she offers a range of up 7000nm @ 12 knots and maximum speed of 18 knots and carries nearly 400,000 litres of fuel.

Congratulations to Rick Morales, Merle Wood, Peter Croke and Ken Denison who collaboratively worked to bring the sale together.

Camper & Nicholsons International
Rick Morales / Fernando Nicholson
M: +1 954 394 1356 / +1 305 776 3096
E: rqm@ftl.cnyachts.comfpn@mia.cnyachts.com
W: www.camperandnicholsons.com

Merle Wood & Associates
Merle A. Wood III / Peter Croke
T: +1 954 525 5111
E: mwood@merlewood.compcroke@merlewood.com
W: www.merlewood.com

Denison & Daves
Ken Denison
M: +1 954 612 1000
E: ken@denisondaves.com
W: www.denisondaves.com

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