The 44.68 meter motor yacht Berzinc has changed its central agency and is now listed jointly by SuperYachtsMonaco and Northrop & Johnson.
Berzinc was built in steel and aluminum by Spanish shipyard Astilleros de Mallorca to a design by Camper & Nicholsons and launched in 1977. She spent the years 2004 to 2007 at the Balk shipyard in Holland, during which time she was sandblasted until bare metal, gutted from the inside and completely rebuilt from the hull up, in partnership with naval architects Navirex and designer Felix Buitendijk. The hull has been lengthened and she has been fitted with a new keel and a new flybridge.
Berzinc request €3,600,000
BerzincThe interior styling of the includes dark wood floors contrasted with all-white decor. She can accommodate up to 12 guests in five cabins, consisting of a master suite, two double cabins and two twin beds with Pullman berths. All cabins have private bathrooms and flat-screen TVs.
Guests are greeted by a full-width open-plan living room with large windows that run the length of the space, and there is a formal dining area that seats up to ten people. Stairs lead from the main deck to the sky lounge which is laid out as a comfortable space with an L-shaped seating area.
Two 1,050 hp MTU engines provide Berzinc a range of 3,500 nautical miles, and it is equipped with zero-speed stabilizers. She is offered for sale with a collection of tenders, yacht toys and diving equipment.
Berzinc asks for €3,600,000.