How about his: Lokum is a 2002 Catana owner version 431, bought brand new, sailed to Turkey, and has never the left the Med Sea her entire life. She has been used sparingly each summer by her owner, hauled every Winter, and pampered from day one. Her low engine hours and excellent condition reflect this in every respect. I have known and been privleged to be friends with her owners - an American couple who hold their hearts and minds in both countries - for several years. Lokum has been their pride and joy and they have never spared a penny to keep her in top condition. I truly doubt it would be possible to find a cleaner or better kept Catana 431 than Lokum. Please see her extensive inventory and examine carefully the pictures of her interior to get a sense of why we are so very, very pleased to have her listed at our company. If you dreamed of sailing the Med this summer here is your chance to hop onto a coveted turn-key Catana 431 owner version. Thiis yacht is managed by both Phillip Berman and Ayca Kiriiscioglu, our agent in Turkey who is prepared to assist Lokum's new owner from start to finish if they need assistance of any kind in Turkey and the surrounding region.
ALTHOUGH SHE IS JUST LISTED AS OF APRIL 17th, 2012, THE SELLER IS PREPARED TO CONSIDER SERIOUSLY ANY REASONABLE OFFER. HE HAS BOUGHT A NEW YACHT AND NO LONGER NEEDS ANOTHER! PLEASE BRING OFFERS.
Disclaimer: The Multihull Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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~ Jay Clark, Dolphin 460
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