|43 ft. Walker Wingsail Wingtek|
Price: $ 599,000 USD MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION
Location: Brindisi, Italy
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION..…owner moving on. Major overhaul just completed. Owner will deliver at cost of crossing. You may ride with him. PRICE REDUCED TO $599,000.00 from $750,000.00 listed price. This vessel is outstanding and unique. Only 4 like it in the world.
Once in a very seldom while you are given the opportunity to own something exclusive and unique. That opportunity is now presenting itself to you.
One of the 5 vessels ever built by Walker Wingtek, called the "Zephyr Wingsail", is now available for the first time by its original owner. Designed by John Walker and finished by Plymouth Composite Construction, this cross ocean capable unique sailing vessel has no sails or rigging.
What it does have are moveable panels that capture the wind and allow you to steer the vessel almost like a car. The complete operation of this ship can be manual or electronic, but the list of what this ship can do cannot be contained in a simple paragraph.
Please contact me for a full explanation and additional material. There are 4 other ships that were built in this style, but the owner of this vessel, a successful businessman, has taken care of this ship like it was his child and has put about a million dollars into the ship over the years to upgrade and maintain it in perfect order and build. I doubt the other remaining ships are in this condition.
If you are in charge of a corporate advertising division I can think of nothing that would bring more attention to your brand than having your corporate logo on the wings of this ship. When this vessel pulls anywhere near a port, people are wonderfully surprised and fascinated by its construction and function. They will probably never see anything like it again.
So this is your once in a lifetime opportunity to own something that is unique, rare, exotic and exciting. Owner is asking a modest price for this vessel and we are entertaining serious offers.
“For a complete history of the build and travels of this yacht please go to” “http://yachtlarinka.com/history.html”
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