The asking price for the 120-foot ISA Clorinda is now about $14.7 million.
Northrop and Johnson has announced a price drop of about $1.2 million on the 120-foot ISA Clorinda, whose asking price is now about $14.7 million.
Clorinda is a 2017 launch, Hull No. 11 in the ISA Sport series. Her shipyard warranty is valid through August 2018.
Clorinda accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms, including a split-level master suite with a skylight.
Power is a trio of MTU engines that push her to a top speed of 34 knots and a cruise speed of 27 knots. Clorinda is MCA compliant and has RINA commercial classification.
Where does Clorinda's draft let her cruise? Pretty much anywhere, at just 5 feet. How to schedule a tour or sea trial: contact broker Wes Sanford at Northrop and Johnson.