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Fraser Yachts sells 158-foot Noa

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Fraser Yachts has sold the 158-foot (48m) Feadship M/Y Noa VII listed for $16 million with Dennis Frederiksen in Monaco, the 151-foot (46m) M/Y Elle built by Tacoma Puglia and listed for $10.9 million with Stuart Larsen in Ft. Lauderdale, the 142-foot (43m) M/Y Princess Sarah built by Richmond Yachts listed for $12.9 million with Scott French in Ft. Lauderdale, the 103-foot (31m) Christensen M/Y Magic Time listed for $1.5 million with Michael Selter in San Diego and the 92-foot (28m) M/Y Accord built by McQueen and listed for $499,000 with Brian Holland in San Diego.


The brokerage added to its new central agency listings for sale the 163-foot (50m) CRN M/Y Shu She II (refit this year) listed for 9.9 million euros with Ken Burden in Monaco, a 141-foot (43m) aluminum yacht built by Eurocraft listed for 18.5 million euros with Alain Tanguy in Monaco, the 115-foot (35m) Benetti M/Y Siete with Jody O’Brien and Josh Gulbranson in Ft. Lauderdale, the 85-foot (26m) M/Y M.T. Time built by DeBirs Yachts and listed for 2.2 million euros with Sinan Suleiman in Turkey, and the 80-foot (24m) Hatteras M/Y Ocra Explorer listed at 3.3 million euros with Peter Jones in London.

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