The 45m motoryacht Pride, currently listed for sale with Pedro Millet at Yacht Marine, has undergone a €2.3 million price reduction, giving her a new asking price of €17.5 million.
Pride was built on spec and launched in 2012. Her displacement steel hull and aluminium superstructure were constructed at Spanish shipyard Viudes Yachts before she was transported to Mondo Marine in Italy for her final fit-out, under the instruction of Viudes Yachts but with the facilities and support of the Italian yard. She is still under the ownership of Viudes Yachts and is being used for charter until a new owner is found.
“Before its launch, a 45m new construction like Pride would be worth €25 million. We’ve reduced the asking price according to the age and the market. €17.5 million represents a very good asking price for a yacht of this quality”, commented sales broker Pedro Millet of Yacht Marine.
Isonaval Naval Architects assisted with the design, whilst all interior and exterior work was completed by Viudes Yachts. “She is very voluminous (496 GT). When you’re on board it feels more like a 50m – 55m build. There are six guest staterooms, of which two are full-beam master cabins – one on the main deck and one on the lower deck – and there are four additional double staterooms.”
“Everyone that goes on board is impressed by the quality of the exterior work. One of the main features is definitely the beach club (shown below), which opens up at the stern and offers a great swim platform”, continued Millet.
Pride's beach club
She is fitted with twin Caterpillar C32 Acert engines that allow for a cruising speed of 12.5 knots and a maximum speed of 14 knots. Her 80,000 litre fuel capacity is significantly higher than the fleet average of 56,264 litres for 42.5m – 47.5m motoryachts. As such, she has a 3,200 nm range at her cruising speed and a 5,200 nm range at an economical speed of 10 knots.
Images courtesy of Jeff Brown
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