The luxury sloop-rigged sailing yacht, Unfurled, has had a €1.8 million price reduction from Y.CO. The 34.2m, which was delivered in 2000 by Dutch yard Royal Huisman, has a new asking price of €6.95 million.

Designed by German Frers, Andrew Winch Design and Oliver Stirling, the minimalist interior and uncluttered deck space accentuates performance. Rarely finishing off the podium, Unfurled has won an array of major superyacht regattas.

She has a hull built from Hoogovens ‘Alustar’ aluminium and has a Marten Spars carbon-fibre mast with a Southern Spars boom furling system. The self-tacking jib allows for single-handed sailing at a transatlantic range.

The passionate and experienced owners have constantly updated all the equipment on board with a meticulous eye for detail, the latest upgrade being the new 3Di sails and EC6 rigging, which provides a total sail area of 530m³.

LOA: 34.2m
Year of build: 2000
Asking price: €6,950,000

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