There has been a further price reduction of €7 million on Sycara V, which is currently listed for sale with Burgess and Merle Wood & Associates. The 68m motoryacht has a new reduced asking price of €62,500,000.

Sycara V had a unique design brief from an experienced owner, who commissioned German shipyard Nobiskrug and designer Craig Beale to deliver a sleek, classy and robust vessel that would maximise charter value. As such, the 2010 build is designed for hosting and can accommodate up to 20 guests over an opulent master suite, four guest king suites (two of which have additional single beds and Pullman) and one twin with a Pullman.

She has an elevator running from the accommodation deck to the sun deck and dual shell (tender deployment) doors at the aft, with stowage for the 31ft and 23ft Novurania tenders. Additionally, she has a large sundeck complete with ample sun lounges, a large Jacuzzi, and a health spa with a fully equipped gym and massage room. The design work, which also included input from Australian designers Pure Detail, saw her win the World Superyacht Award for ‘Best Displacement Motor Yacht 60 – 84m’ in 2011.

M/Y Sycara V

She is fitted with twin Caterpillar 3516 HD 2,200hp engines and can obtain a range in excess of 5,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 12.5 knots, allowing her to comfortably undertake a trans-Atlantic crossing should it be desired.

Nobiskrug has launched 11 yachts at an average LOA of 78.1m to date, making Sycara V one of the smallest in their fleet. The German yard is currently working on S/Y A, which upon completion will be the largest sailing yacht ever built at 142.8m. She was launched in May 2015 and is set for a 2016 delivery.

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