Monaco-based brokerage firm Arcon Yachts and Fraser Yachts have jointly listed 49m Acico Yachts build Nassima. She is currently based in Loano, Italy, and is now listed at €18.9 million following a €1 million price reduction.
Acico Yachts was originally founded as Dutch Yacht Builders in 2003 but the shipyard was consolidated and re-branded in May 2010. Nassima is the latest delivery of Acico Yachts’ three yacht fleet to-date and was launched in August 2012, following the launch of 47m Lady Dee earlier that year and 43.5m Latitude in 2009.
Nassima is built entirely of aluminium and features the naval architecture and exterior design work of Olivier F. Van Meer Design, that’s focus to-date has been primarily on traditional square riggers and tall ships, though its portfolio extends into the motoryacht sector with Nassima being the largest project thus far. The interior is the first superyacht project to be completed by Dutch designer VDP Studio (Maja von Dewitz) and can accommodate 12 guests over a 6 stateroom layout.
She is fitted with twin Caterpillar 3512C-HD engines, capable of reaching a maximum speed of 22 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. She has a fuel capacity of 72,800 litres and is able to obtain a range of 4,800 nautical miles at a low speed of 9.5 knots.
Images courtesy of Arcon Yachts
Analysing the 47.5m – 52.5m new central agency listings (re-sale) for post-2012 builds, Nassima’s €18.9 million asking price comes in at marginally under the average of €21.7 million for all new listings since the onset of 2015.
Acico Yachts currently has two sailing yachts in build; 35.3m Zaca 115 is due for delivery in 2016 and 37m 37 Zaca is due for delivery in 2017.
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