The sailing yacht Cyrano De Bergerac 38.89 meter has had a central agency change and now the yacht is jointly listed for sale by Northrop & Johnson and Fraser.
The yacht has a classic interior designed by John Munford. The interior is made of all in blonde teak and it can accommodate up to ten guests in all its three cabins that consist of a master suite and two twins and two Pullman berths. All of them have entertainment centers, en-suite shower facilities and television screens. In addition, the lower saloon port area can be divided off by a teak partition to offer an en-suite twin cabin.
On the Cyrano De Bergerac, The deckhouse is the focal point of social activity. The aft area that has a teak-floored is a shaded open cockpit that has an electro-hydraulically operated side windows that can be retracted fully. The place also had two large tables that can be combined to create one 20-seater table. The saloon deck on the yacht includes the inside helm station which is completely concealed when not taken in use. A few steps lead down to the main saloon full-width that has with a formal dining area as well as the entertainment center which include a 26-inch Sony HD television screen.
The yacht can be taken in use for adventurous sailing as well as it has already done many in the past. The power in the yacht comes from twin 310 HP Caterpillar diesel engines that give Cyrano De Bergerac a range of 3,000 nautical miles at 11 knots.