Parsifal III, the 53.8m ketch sailing yacht, has been listed for sale with Alex Lees-Buckley of Camper & Nicholsons and Perini Navi USA. She is currently lying in Palma and will be near Monaco prior to the Monaco Yacht Show, and at anchor during it. Her asking price is €20.5 million.
Parisfal III was launched at the Italian sailing yacht specialist’s facility in Viareggio, Italy in 2005, and was custom-built for her owners. She has a striking jet-black hull, featuring the collaborative exterior work of Ron Holland and the yard.
Alex Lees-Buckley commented, “Her volume and luxury interior offers a lot more than most sailing yachts in this marketplace. She has an excellent pedigree, she is very fast, she is very light, she has a carbon rig and a single engine. She’s had great successes at the St. Barths Bucket and the Perini Cup; every race she’s entered, she has either won or done exceptionally well in."
“The main deck is unique in that you have a 360-degree view, because you can open up the panelling next to the wheelhouse. Additionally, if you stand in the salon, you can see forward, aft, and out both sides.”
The Redman Whiteley Dixon-styled interior has accommodation for up to 14 guests in six en-suite cabins. The owner’s suite can be split into two fully independent en-suite doubles and features direct access to the swimming platform via the lazarette.
Buckley continued, “The marketplace for big sailing yachts is so unpredictable and it only takes two or three sales to really make a difference. It is a market that should only be analysed in three-year cycles rather than on an annual basis”, he pointed out.
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