Denison Yacht Sales says the owner of the 66-foot Azimut Magellano Pura Vida has dropped his asking price by $100,000. The yacht is now being offered at $2.795 million.
Pura Vida is a 2017 build that the original owner bought just six months ago, according to Denison broker Alex Clarke, who adds that the owner paid more than he’s now asking for the boat in brokerage.
The yacht, Clarke says, is “fully loaded” with options including a Williams 385 jet tender, a Seakeeper gyrostabilizer, upgraded Raymarine helm electronics, joystick controls at the upper and lower helm stations, bow and stern thrusters, upgraded audiovisual equipment, a hydraulic swim platform and more.
Where is Pura Vida? She’s in Fort Lauderdale and open for showings.
Get more details: contact Clarke.