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Merle Wood sells Told U So

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Merle Wood & Associates has sold the 145-foot (45m) Benetti M/Y Told U So, the 125-foot (38m) Heesen M/Y No Comment (jointly listed with Luxury Yacht Group), the 98-foot (30m) Princess M/Y Sally Slade, and the 82-foot Sunseeker M/Y Hideout.

New to its central agency listings for sale are the 205-foot Oceanco M/Y Lady Lola, the 180-foot (55m) Benetti M/Y Cakewalk (ex-Altitude) in a joint listing with Burgess and listed for $29.5 million, and the 84-foot Hatteras M/Y Perfect Lady.

 

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