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M/Y ASTERIA - New CA and Price Reduction

Bluewater is delighted to announce that the 49m yacht ASTERIA is for sale and asking US$8,750,000, following a US$2.75 million price cut.
ASTERIA was built in 1970 as an ocean-going salvage tug. In 2002, she was completely refitted and converted to a luxury yacht; she has been consistently maintained and upgraded.

ASTERIA is a true explorer vessel with a 7000nm+ range and ample provisioning storage, travelling safely and comfortably to both the North and South Poles, and through the North West Passage, as well as all around the world.

ASTERIA offers all the luxuries one would expect to find on a superyacht, with a sky lounge and alfresco dining for 12, a wet bar, formal dining on the main deck for 14 guests and an upper sundeck with spa tub and sofa. She offers very generous spaces for entertaining guests and also includes an expansive helipad which can easily accommodate a 6-7 person helicopter.

This fine explorer vessel sleeps 12 guests in 6 suites comprising a master suite and 5 guest ensuites.

ASTERIA has a regal yet comfortable interior with fine quality woods, lovely neutral toned soft furnishings, impressive marble counters and a stylish décor.

ASTERIA is available for viewings in Brisbane, Australia. Please contact Jim Acher for further information.

M/Y Asteria

Motor yacht
(Refit in 2002)

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+34 667 678 357

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