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Camper and Nicholsons sells Mazu

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Camper and Nicholsons International has sold the 150-foot (46m) Cheoy Lee M/Y Mazu by broker Walter Sea, the 130-foot (40m) Westport M/Y Trading Places IV by broker Ralph Raulin, the 112-foot (37m) S/Y Marflow by broker Charles Ehrardt, the 105-foot (32m) Leopard M/Y Jade Mary by broker Steen Christensen, the 88-foot (27m) Sanlorenzo M/Y Atsko by broker Jordan Waugh.



New to its central agency listings for sale is the 92-foot (28m) Mangusta M/Y Delhia.


New to its charter fleet include the 101-foot (31m) Leopard M/Y Friday.

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