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International yacht broker Sea-Alliance Group has announced that the 27 metre, pedigree blue water cruising yacht Vivid will be displayed and available for viewing at the Palma Superyacht Show on Quay P3, Berth M-311.

Sea-Alliance Group has overseen two extensive refits on Vivid in 2012 and 2016 by her original builder Jongert, ensuring Vivid has been maintained in virtually new condition throughout and is now available for an attractive asking price of €2.95m ex vat.

Vivid has circumnavigated the globe and cruised both Arctic and Antarctic regions, proving her to be one of the most capable superyachts of her genre. To ensure the owner and guests enjoy both passages and ports to the maximum, the yacht is fitted to the very highest standards with luxuriously appointed accommodation and exceptionally equipped galley.

Vivid is of aluminium construction with a carbon fibre rig, providing exhilarating and safe sailing, eating up the miles in all conditions. To facilitate her cruising to remote areas, Vivid is fitted with a comprehensive satellite communications system, which provides voice, data and entertainment wherever the yacht is located.

The management team at Sea-Alliance Group has cared for Vivid for over 10 years and is highly experienced in maintaining the yacht to the meticulous standards required by the owner.

Sea-Alliance Group will also announce the availability of its central agency charter catamaran Windoo, a new Lagoon 62 to be cruised for its first season in Croatia, Italy and France. She will then be located in the Caribbean at the end of 2018 for further charter availability. Windoo is fully crewed and exceptionally well equipped for the enjoyment of her guests.

The Sea-Alliance Group charter and sales team will be available aboard Vivid at Palma Superyacht Show for further details on both of these outstanding yachts.

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