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2016 Dazcat 1495

A$  1,577,012*
malta, Malta
Interested in this boat? Tel: 01752823900
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New arrival

Year:
2016
Length:
15m
Engine/Fuel Type:
/
Located In:
malta, Malta
Hull Material:
Fibreglass/GRP
YW#:
80593-3662819
Current Price:
£ 865,000 Tax Not Paid (A$  1,577,012) 

Dazcat 1495 “Apollo”, an amazing opportunity to purchase what is a superbly equipped and maintained boat. Having been designed and built to a high specification and finish, it feels and looks like a new boat. Apollo is one of, if not the best finished Dazcats we have ever built and has been lightly used but fully commissioned and comes with many extras. She was built in conjunction with a very experienced owner and sailor who knew exactly what he wanted and had the build time to get it right. Apollo took 22000-man hours to build and has exceptional construction detailing and equipment.

Apollo is the twin-head, double-cabin version of the Dazcat 1495, though she can sleep more using the sea berth in the navigation area or by dropping the saloon table and creating a massive snug / sleeping area in the saloon, which is also a great place to relax. Apollo was designed as a cruising cat that can also race competitively.

The boat is currently in the med.





for more information please contact info@multhullcentre.co.uk



Please contact Alex Frodel at 01752823900

Interested in this boat? Tel: 01752823900

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