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IYC sells Anjilis and Life of Reilly

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International Yacht Collection broker Frank Grzeszczak has sold the 161-foot Trinity M/Y Anjilis listed at $21.5 million, and the 80-foot Hatteras M/Y Life of Reilly with Frank Grzeszczak Jr., listed at $3.2 million.



New to the firm’s central agency listings for sale is the 75-foot (23m) M/Y Remember When built by Millennium and listed with broker Mark Elliott for $895,000.



BYS, the brokerage division of Burger Boat Company, has sold the 148-foot (45m) M/Y Karia built by RMK Marine with Burgess and Fraser Yachts.

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