Yacht For Sale In Aid Of Sail 4 Cancer
24 July 2017
In an act of immense generosity, the owner of a round-the-world cruising yacht is selling his yacht to raise funds for Sail 4 Cancer under the charity’s ‘Yacht Donation’ programme.
The Warwick 46, similar to the more usual Cardinal 46 but with a centre instead of an aft cockpit, was built by the Tania Yacht Company in Taiwan and first launched in 1993.
The yacht is currently berthed in the ACI Dubrovnik marina and is in excellent condition.
In addition to completing several transatlantic voyages including the ARC (Atlantic Rally for Cruisers), the deep water cruiser also acted as the principal radio yacht for the 1998 Expo ’98 Round-The-World Rally which saw the yacht circumnavigate the globe along the classic ‘milk-run route’.
The current owner has decided to sell the yacht to raise funds for Sail 4 Cancer in a tax efficient way. The proceeds of the sale will help the charity to expand its water-based respite programme which helps 500 British people affected by cancer every year.
Sail 4 Cancer’s boat donation initiative is designed to help people sell their boats quickly and in a tax efficient manner. Thanks to the charity’s global network of marine partners, Sail 4 Cancer is uniquely placed to arrange the sale of floating assets anywhere in the world.
Given the build quality of the Taiwan yard and the retained value of Alan Warwick designed boats, the yacht is being offered for sale at a very reasonable price of 80,000 Euros.
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