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Moran Yacht & Ship has sold the 220-foot (67m) shadow vessel M/Y Allure Shadow built by Shadow Marine and the 141-foot (42.8m) Baglietto M/Y Ancora.

 

 

Broker Sean Doyle with Northrop & Johnson has sold the 205-foot (62.5m) M/Y Maidelle, built by Icon Yachts. Maidelle was listed jointly by Burgess and Merle Wood & Associates. Doyle represented the buyer. Built in 2012 in the Netherlands, the yacht sleeps 12 guests and 18 crew. She was listed for sale for 55 million euros.
The firm has also sold the the 122-foot (37m) M/Y Shogun built by Flagship (asking price was $4.5 million) and the 121-foot (37m) M/Y Montrevel, a custom yacht built in 1958 and refit in 2001. Montrevel was listed jointly with Doyle and Yacht Zoo. The asking price was $5.4 million.

 

 

Amels has sold the second Amels 199 (60m). Amels now has five Limited Editions designs ranging from 55 to 83 metres. The yard has achieved annual growth of 10 percent over the past five years and has 11 projects under construction.

 

 

Fraser Yachts has recently sold the 156-foot (48m) Delta M/Y Rochade, and the 94-foot (29m) Sunseeker M/Y Marigar by broker Michael Selter in San Diego.
New to the brokerage’s central agency listings for sale include the 191-foot (58m) S/Y Kokomo by Alloy Yachts for 39.75 million euros with broker Antoine Larricq in Monaco; the 165-foot (51m) M/Y Tribu by Mondomarine for 13.9 million euros with broker Oscar Romano in Monaco; the 159-foot (49m) M/Y M&M by Bilgin Yachts for 10.5 million euros with broker Dennis Frederiksen in Monaco; and the 88-foot (27m) M/Y Altamar built by Knight & Carver for $1.75 million with Selter in San Diego.

 

 

Camper & Nicholsons broker David Sargus has sold the 97-foot (31m) Moonen M/Y Livia.
New to the company’s central agency listings for sale include the 128-foot (38m) Broward M/Y Heritage III. Heritage III will also join the CNI charter fleet in the Bahamas.


Broker Chany Sabates III with International Yacht Collection has sold the 124-foot (38m) Trinity M/Y Wheels. It had an asking price of $7.8 million.

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