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Vicsail 'Must sell' listings

by Vicsail on 9 Feb 2011
Vicsail has the following yachts currently for sale with reduced asking prices; all are open to reasonable offers and will take action on current interest.


Beneteau First 47.7 $265,000



The Beneteau First 47.7 is a sure-footed offshore yacht. Reliable in all conditions and capable of top results in race mode, Kioni has proven her worth numerous times in the most testing of conditions. This is a great opportunity to buy a Catagory 1 compliant, well set-up racer/cruiser without neccessity for further capital outlay to have a ready to go yacht at full-offshore level. Any offer will be considered seriously.

www.vicsail.com/757/ListingDetails.aspx

Pogo 40 $199,000



'Krakatoa II' is a true ocean going thoroughbred. Built to the highest standards, equipped by the best manufacturers and in race ready condition. Enjoy her genuine pace fully crewed or short handed. With water-ballast, Cat 1 safety , carbon 2 spreader rig, Volvo 30HP diesel, an excellent sail wardrobe including a new mainsail and overall is in brilliant condition. A $600,000 package for a fraction of the price!

www.vicsail.com/58/ListingDetails.aspx

Beneteau Oceanis 381 $145,000



Launched in 2000, an owner's 2 cabin Oceanis 381 packed with goodies to comfort a cruising couple. Berret/Racoupeau designed the 381 with a vast amount of space below deck, making way for two large cabins and two heads to suit, with beautiful cherrywood joinery. Some primary specifications include in-mast furling, furling headsail with an electric coachhouse winch and a large Volvo 50HP diesel engine make cruising simple and effortless. Any reasonable offer will buy this boat.

www.vicsail.com/603/ListingDetails.aspx

Duncanson IMS 40 $175,000



Duncanson designed the IMS 40 with a timeless layout, maximising the use of space (contemporary by todays standards); voluptuous twin aft double cabins, functional and very well equipped U-shape galley, large and ergonomical saloon (for entertaining or in race configuration) and an airy V-berth with an adjacent bathroom. She posses great speed with a moderate overall displacement and generous rig profile. Well priced in the 40+ market and beautifully kept.

www.vicsail.com/726/ListingDetails.aspx

Beneteau 57 $725,000



Powerful, sleek and manoeuvrable; her surprising turn of speed is controlled easily with a leisurefurl boom, electric furling headsail and a team of electric winches to make sailing effortless yet exhilarating. LOSEL has only lived in Australian waters, competed in Hamilton Island Race Week twice and cruised Sydney Harbour on leisurely Sunday afternoons with friends and family. A stunning and dynamic vessel - she will be a delight for the next owner.

www.vicsail.com/490/ListingDetails.aspx

Holland 66 $795,000



Ron Holland designed 'Picasso' to embody the elegance, sophistication and quality seen in modern day Super Yachts. All working gear is operated from the luxury and safety of the cockpit, in-boom mainsail furling, two hydraulic furled genoas, a full compliment of power winches, genset, Air Con throughout and long list of additions make Picasso a dream to journey in. She is Australian registered, tax paid, lying in Turkey.

www.vicsail.com/710/ListingDetails.aspx

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49 $299,000 (ex tax)



Well equipped for long ocean passages, she has all the safety and cruising gear necessary to go anywhere. Designed by Phillipe Briand and built by Jenneanu Yachts, this yacht has sea-friendly lines and the ability to cross passages quickly making her the ideal comfortable passage maker. A long list of extras included and in excellent condition. Don't miss this opportunity.

www.vicsail.com/811/ListingDetails.aspx

Beneteau Oceanis 523 $449,000



A 2005 Oceanis 523; 3 luxurious cabins with personal head and shower arrangments. A multitude of extras including; a comprehensive Raymarine instrument package, bimini, dodger, inverter, TV/DVD player, liferaft, dishwasher and plenty more over and above the standard luxuries you would expect on a 53ft Beneteau. In excellent condition - this is remarkable value.

www.vicsail.com/619/ListingDetails.aspx

For complete details call Vicsail Sydney on +61 2 9327 2088 or email us at sales@vicsail.com

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