TELSTAR VI : New Video

TELSTAR VI : New Video

Following her exhibition at the Palma Superyacht Show 2023, we are delighted to promote a new video for the sailing yacht Ketch TELSTAR VI!

May 16, 2023

Sailing yacht with an impressive refit!

TELSTAR VI is a 29m ketch designed in 1968 by renowned naval architect Alan Buchanan and built in Italy by Cantiere Craglietto Yard no. 62. She is a luxurious yacht which, thanks to her impressive refit in 2019, meets the extensive refit enables MCA coding. In addition to her elegant lines, typical of a 60's boat, TELSTAR VI remains modern, especially thanks to the numerous mosaics in different areas of the yacht. Her classic and comfortable interior allows to accommodate up to six guests in a master cabin, a double cabin and a twin cabin. This ketch has all the advantages of a modern boat while retaining the traditional appearance of a 60's boat!

TELSTAR VI : New Video

To find out more about BGYB's sailing yachts for sale, please go to the dedicated page here: Sailing Yacht

Please visit TELSTAR VI's page should you wish to know more about this 29m Ketch.

Or go to our Current News page!

Don't hesitate to go to Youtube to see her new video: Youtube

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