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TRES MARES is a sailboat built in the Belliure shipyard in Alicante, Spain in 1985. It is a fibreglass reinforced polyester sailboat designed by the prestigious naval architect Peter Ibold. The yacht has been commissioned to America by her first owner. In 1993 her second owner returned the yacht to Spain under the Spanish flag and he kept her until 2012. It has been very hard for him to decide to sell the boat due to his emotional attachment to the yacht. The third and actual owner is a family that has been living on board during the last 7 years. Tres Mares was for them a life project enjoying their family daily life. The actual owners started working on its restoration as soon as they bought it. The yacht has a classic line constructed to test all types of sea conditions. They made a complete refit on many parts of the boat such as a complete refurbishment of the motor, improvements on the galley, replacement of the upholstery and many other things. During these last 7 years, they have been enjoying sailing with friends and family around the Balearic Islands, Columbretes, and the Mediterranean coast. They have now decided to sell the yacht as it is too big for them and they are looking for a smaller sailing yacht. Viewings are available through Network Yacht Brokers. Last antifouling January 2020. Part Exchange available for sailing yachts.
This is a three cabins version yacht with two forward double cabins and one big double berth in the Aft cabin with an ensuite toilet and shower. The corridor that takes you in the aft part of the boat, disposes of a locker where the actual owners keep their tools. On the starboard of the corridor, a skipper cabin has been converted into storage for the washing machine and an extra fridge and a freezer. The Galley has an electric hob and gas cooker with 2 burners. It also has a fridge, a dishwasher and a microwave. The living room is 2 meters high. The air conditioning installation is done, the machine is missing.
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