YPI sells Salve

Mar 27, 2013 by Guest Writer

Yachting Partners International (YPI) has sold the 30m Benetti M/Y Salve by broker Gregory Gheraia. Built in 1974, the yacht was restored to her original condition after a year-long refit in 2007/8. The yacht runs with a crew of five, is RINA and MCA compliant, accommodates up to 10 guests and cruises at a 13 knots. Asking price was 1.75 million euros.

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