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Fraser Yachts has recently sold the 145-foot (44m) Benetti M/Y JL Seagull listed at 9.9 million euros with Vassilis Fotilas in Monaco, and the 119-foot (36m) M/Y Seacall listed at $1.8 million with James Nason and Patrick McConnell in San Diego.



The brokerage has added to its central agency listings for sale a 154-foot (47m) new build Proteksan Turquoise for 22.5 million euros listed with Stuart Larsen in Ft. Lauderdale and Fotilas in Monaco, the 129-foot (39m) Heesen M/Y Serenity J for 11 million euros with Jan Jaap Minnema in Monaco, and the 1126-foot (38m) Sunseeker M/Y Never Say Never for $15.5 million with Antoine Larricq in Monaco and Larsen in Ft. Lauderdale.

New to the firm’s charter fleet include the 162-foot (50m) Benetti M/Y Rima in the Western Med through agent Bertrand Mattei in Monaco, the 142-foot (43m) Richmond M/Y Crowned Eagle in the Western Med through agent Patricia Codere in Ft. Lauderdale, the 107-foot (33m) S/Y Inukshuk in the Caribbean this winter through agent Anita Dodds in Ft. Lauderdale, the 97-foot (30m) Hargrave M/Y HP4 in Florida and the Bahamas through Dodds, and the 95-foot (29m) Ferretti M/Y Alandrea in the Caribbean this winter through Codere.



In related news, Fabio Ermetto, recently appointed president of Yachtique, a superyacht services organization, the Azimut Benetti Group announced that Ermetto will also be the new chairman of Fraser Yachts.



Ermetto was most recently sales and marketing director of the Heesen shipyard in Holland for the past six years. Former CEO Hein Velema has joined ISA Yachts as head of sales and marketing.

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