Amitie was formerly known as Trading Places IV and has appeared on the re-sale market before. She was sold in December 2013 by Camper & Nicholsons after Jason Lozeau of Galati Yacht Sales, who has also been assigned as the new listing broker, introduced the buyer.
The motoryacht underwent a soft goods refit in 2015 whilst the ceilings in the salon, master stateroom and foyer were replaced with vinyl as opposed to the original suede. She can accommodate 11 guests over a five-stateroom layout, consisting of a master stateroom, two VIP staterooms and two twins, one of which has a Pullman berth.
Amitie is the sixth Westport 130’ listing on the re-sale market in 2015 bringing the average listing price marginally down to $13.8 million. One of which is also a 2008-build and has an asking price of $12.45, showing that Amitie’s asking price is not out of line with the market.
Galati Yacht Sales also has fellow Westport 130’ build Amarula Sun on the market, which underwent a $500,000 price reduction at the start of last week and is now listed for sale at $16.4 million. The brokerage firm also has Westport 112’ Team Galati for sale with an asking price of $4.395 million.
Amitie will be attending the impending Fort Lauderdale Boat Show.
Year of build: 2008
CA: Galati Yacht Sales
Asking price: $12,495,000
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