Grabau International is delighted to announce the listing of the stunning 2006 Hylas 49 ‘AZORES HIGH’.
Extremely rare to the market, especially so in Europe, AZORES HIGH is a fantastic one-owner example of this cult Sparkman & Stephens blue water centre cockpit cruising yacht. Delivered new to the UK through Hylas Yachts UK and highly specified for effortless blue water cruising adventures, AZORES HIGH benefits from such desirable cruising features as:-
• Electric in-mast furling • Electric genoa furling • Staysail furling • Channon Sails vertically-battened sails • Extended electric winch package • Larger 100hp engine with 3-bladed Max-prop • Bowthruster • Generator • Upgraded battery capacity and charging systems • 12v Watermaker • Reverse-cycle air-conditioning • Electric davits
Bought specifically with a view to extended cruising, unfortunately business has very much got in the way and as such AZORES HIGH has only seen two weeks of use a year, never leaving Scottish and Irish waters. During this time, she has always been maintained by professional skipper.
AZORES HIGH represents a unique opportunity to acquire a fully CE-complaint and barely-used blue water cruising yacht of the very highest build quality, in ‘ready-to-go’ order and very attractively priced for a quick and simple sale. A full condition survey report from July 2015 is available on request.
Grabau International are exclusive Hylas Yachts agents for the UK and Europe. More information about the Hylas 49 can be found 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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