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2001 Catana 431

£ 273,444*
North Auckland, New Zealand
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Year:
2001
Length:
13m
Engine/Fuel Type:
Twin / diesel
Located In:
North Auckland, New Zealand
Hull Material:
Fibreglass/GRP
YW#:
76775-3521548
Current Price:
US$ 340,000 (£ 273,444) 

Launched approximately 2001, France. GRP/kevlar construction. Owner's version three double cabin layout, galley and saloon on bridgedeck. Repowered 2014 with twin Beta Marine 38hp diesels on sail drives. Fractional rig, complete sail wardrobe and dagger boards for performance. Fully set up for blue water passage making with comprehensive electrics, electronics and cruising equipment. One owner from new with many upgrades and set up for extended voyaging. Full inventory and details available on request. Viewing by appointment.

Owner's instructions are: "PRESENT OFFERS"

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International, offshore and inbound cruising yacht brokerage located Port of Entry Building on Opua marina in the beautiful Bay Of Islands the first port of entry into New Zealand. Offering advice for offshore vessels prior or following entry. For all yacht and launch sales, valuations, finance and insurance. For all international cruising yacht brokerage and services please contact Jason Brosnahan Qualified Marine Yacht Broker (National Certificate Marine Brokerage)

Please contact Jason Brosnahan Marine Yacht Broker at +64 9 402 7103

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