THEMARA : New Listing

THEMARA : New Listing

BGYB is pleased to announce the addition of the Long Range Gentleman Motor Yacht THEMARA to our Sales Fleet ! Her Asking Price is 950 000 €

April 6, 2022

Elegant & Comfortable

Designed by the Scottish naval architects G.L. Watson & Co. THEMARA was built according to the traditional lines to Lloyds class by Ailsa Shipbuilding, Troon, Scotland in 1962. She has cruised extensively in all latitudes including a circumnavigation starting in 1988 ! This compact ocean-going yacht has a top speed of 11.0 knots. Themara is now anchored in Southern France, where considerable money has been spent on refitting her to a high standard of finish : the original windows are restored, all the instruments updated, her interior has been completely rebuilt in a timeless style using varnished mahogany...

THEMARA : New Listing

To find out more about BGYB's motor yachts for sale, please go to the dedicated page here: Motor Yachts

Please visit THEMARA's page should you wish to know more about this Long Range Gentleman Motor Yacht.

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Published: 6th of April 2022

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