New Listing – 1995 Sweden Yachts 370

Grabau International is delighted to announce the new listing of the 1995 Sweden Yachts 370 ‘MARIA THERESE’.

A well-presented example of this popular performance cruiser with just three owners since new. In full cruising trim she has proven to be the ideal short or single-handed yacht.

FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

One of the few Sweden yachts available in the Mediterranean Sea, promoted as a family cruiser capable of delivering rewarding sailing performance the Sweden Yachts 370 MARIA THERESE has more than lived up to the current owners expectations.

Hving bought her in Denmark in 2015 and delivered her to the Mediterranean, during the last 5 seasons MARIA THERESE has explored the waters of the Tuscany archipelago, a regular visitor to the Elba Island, often with a crew of just two aboard.

Finished to the high standards expected from Scandinavian production boat builders her inventory includes:
• Teak decks and cockpit.
• Volvo Penta MD2030 marine diesel engine.
• 3 blade folding prop.
• SidePower Bowthruster.
• Upgraded primary and secondary winches.
• Electric primary winches.
• Brand new inrterior upholsrtery – 2016
• Cockpit bimini

BUILDER’S COMMENTS:

BUILT FOR SAILING PERFORMANCE AND FAMILY COMFORT.

The Sweden Yachts 370 is a family yacht developed for sailing performance and comfort. It has been born and bred from the yard’s generations of boat building experience and designed by Peter Norlin/Jens Ostmann team. Its clean lines and functional deck and superstructure are truly beautiful to behold, while the interior layout and myriad of ingenious solutions aboard will bring pleasure and enjoyment to all family members.

Sweden Yachts 370 – Maria Therese – Asking Euro 98,000 EU VAT paid – full details here

Do you have a yacht like this to sell? Grabau International are always looking for new high quality cruising yacht listings both in the UK and internationally. For further information about our tailored brokerage services, please look here or feel free to contact us.

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