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Yachting Partners International (YPI) has sold the 137-foot (42m) Baglietto M/Y Oxygen by broker Matt Albert. The yacht is MCA compliant, has six cabins for 11 guests, and carries nine crew. Broker Rytis Babravicius of Camper and Nicholsons represented the seller.

 

 

Merle Wood and Associates has sold the 131-foot Abeking and Rasmussen M/Y Silver Shalis.

 

 

Fraser Yachts has recently sold the 114-foot (35m) Benetti M/Y Blu listed with Oscar Romano of Monaco for 5.95 million euros; the 93-foot (28m) Hargrave M/Y Donna Marie, listed with John Gulbranson in Ft. Lauderdale for $4.95 million; the 90-foot (27m) Cheoy Lee M/Y Viaggio listed with Stuart Larsen of Ft. Lauderdale for $2.5 million; and the 90-foot (27m) M/Y Kauhale Kai built by ABD and listed with Neal Easterly in San Diego for $3.75 million.
New to the firm’s central agency listings for sale include the 80m slip in the yacht club in Antibes, listed with Gulbranson and Larson in Ft. Lauderdale for 9.5 million euros; the 141-foot (43m) custom yacht M/Y Copasetic, listed with Gulbranson for $19.9 million; the 141-foot (43m) M/Y Teorem built by Universal Yachts and listed with Jan Jaap Minnema in Monaco for 3.95 million euros; the 92-foot (28m) North Star M/Y Viking Spirit listed with Biran Holland in Seattle for $2.95 million; the 85-foot (26m) M/Y Bus Pass listed with Patrick McConnell in San Diego for 1.75 million euros; and the 80-foot (24m) M/Y Bella Songo built by Mystica Yachts and listed with Tom Allen in Seattle for $2.5 million.
To its charter fleet, the firm has added the 183-foot (56m) Benetti M/Y Jaguar in the Caribbean this winter, the 129-foot (39.6m) CRN M/Y Sima in the Med this summer under the command of Capt. Peter Nyman

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