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Northrop & Johnson adds M/Y SS Delphine

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Fort Lauderdale-based Northrop & Johnson has added to its central agency listings for sale the 258-foot (79m) M/Y SS Delphine with broker Joost Goverts in Palma. The yacht was built in 1921 by Great Lakes Engineering Works and rebuilt in 2003. The asking price is 38 million euros.



New to its charter fleet is the 152-foot (46m) M/Y Lady Katerina this summer in the western Med.



The brokerage also has hired Bianca Nestor as a charter broker in its Lauderdale office. Nestor spent five years as a stew aboard yachts such as the 58m M/Y Lady Linda, the 59m M/Y Mi Sueno, and the 47m M/Y D’Natalin.

The UK native has a bachelor’s degree in business management and has lived in Dubai where she worked as cabin crew for the international airline Emirates.

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