Now that the shell of the vessel is complete, the project will be put on hold until a buyer is found so that the client is able to retain the 'custom' element of the vessel. Clarke says the project has reached a seminal point, with the hull and superstructure completed and faring of the hull in its final stages. The engine room has been fitted out and the wiring and plumbing of the vessel is now underway.
“The project can be completed in under 16 months, and has an asking price of €24 million,” Clarke told SuperyachtNews.com. She comprises a “steel hull, fast displacement, 820-plus gross tons, 4,000-plus nautical mile range, five or six cabin layout, an elevator to all decks and a large tender garage.”
“The buyer still has the opportunity to completely design the interior décor and exterior and internal deck spaces…she represents the best value on the market today”, he added.
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