Catamaran Privilege 515 for sale in Owner version, 2009


Privilege 515 specifications:
Total length: 14.75 m

Width: 7.98 m

Draft: 1.57 m

Mast height: 21 m

Mainsail: 88 m²

Genoa: 53 m²

Gennaker: 94 m²

Spinnaker: 170 m²

Displacement: 20 t

Builder: Alliaura Marine

Year: 2009

Usage: private

Version: 3 double cabins

General condition: excellent

Flag: German

VAT: paid

Price: 595.000 €

Privilege 515 - this is the predecessor of the current popular model Privilege serie 5... The owner's version is simply amazing: the master stateroom is completely across the entire width of the boat: a separate shower and wardrobe are located on the starboard side, a huge storage space on the port side. 2 twin cabins aft with en-suite bathrooms. The maple interior is very bright; the galley is fully equipped; the chart table is easily accessible from the cockpit thanks to the large sliding door.

Many important works have been done to improve the yacht: antifouling, cable replacement, charger, solar panels, transom teak, TV antenna. In terms of equipment, there is a generator, watermaker, reversible air conditioner, and a hydraulic platform on the transom on board.

Catamaran price: 595 000 EUR


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