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Namedropper, a 75-foot Riva, is listed at $3.95 million on the brokerage market.

75-foot Riva Namedropper

The asking price on the 2011 75-foot Riva is $3.95 million. Namedropper has a top speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 27 knots, powered by a pair of 1,623-hp MTU 10V2000 M94s. Stabilization is by way of a Mitsubishi Anti Roll Gyro system, and Side-Power bow thrusters assist with close-quarters maneuvering. Communications and navigation equipment include Furuno NAVnet components, a KVH VSAT Tracphone and a Ritchie magnetic compass. See the full listing at www.bradfordmarineyachtsales.com. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.Courtesy Bradford Marine Yacht Sales

Iain Lawry at Bradford Marine Yacht Sales and John Sohen at Merle Wood & Associates have co-listed the 75-foot Riva Namedropper for sale on the brokerage market.
The asking price on the 2011 launch is $3.95 million.

Namedropper has a top speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 27 knots, powered by a pair of 1,623-hp MTU 10V2000 M94s. Stabilization is by way of a Mitsubishi Anti Roll Gyro system, and Side-Power bow thrusters assist with close-quarters maneuvering. Communications and navigation equipment include Furuno NAVnet components, a KVH VSAT Tracphone and a Ritchie magnetic compass.

She accommodates eight guests in four en suite cabins and has an interior décor finished in what the brokers describe as “exotic woods and leathers.”

They also say she is in "exceptional" condition. You can check that out for yourself: Namedropper is lying in Fort Lauderdale and is available for immediate inspections.

See the full listing at www.bradfordmarineyachtsales.com.