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Heesen

Heesen has sold YN 18151, a 168-foot (51m) semi-displacement aluminum motoryacht below 500GT. Its exterior lines and interiors are by Eidsgaard Design. SuperYachtsMonaco brokered the deal. It will have room for 10 guests and 10 crew.

Fraser Yachts

Fraser Yachts has sold the 147-foot (45m) Hakvoort M/Y My Trust Fund listed for $25.25 million, a 112-foot (34m) Westport listed for $12.5 million, the 86-foot (26m) Moonen M/Y Etoile d’Azur listed for 3.4 million euros and the 78-foot (24m) Classen Jachtbouw S/Y Drumfire listed for 2.5 million euros.

New to its central agency listings for sale include the 164-foot (50m) M/Y Mayra built by Mayra Yachts listed for 22.5 million euros, the 122-foot (37m) Sanlorenzo M/Y Anastasia M listed for 8 million euros, the 92-foot (28m) Horizon M/Y C’est la Vie, the 91-foot (28m) S/Y Diablesse built by Trehard listed for 690,000 euros.

The firm also has two berths for sale at Marina Port Vell, a 262-foot (80m) slip for 9 million euros and a 230-foot (70m) slip for 7.5 million euros.

New to its charter fleet is the 146-foot ((45m) M/Y Beluga available in the western Med.

Moran

Moran Yacht & Ship has sold the 200-foot (61m) Lurssen M/Y Aurora (ex-Phoenix) and the 180-foot Amels M/Y Engelberg.

New to its central agency listings for sale is the 150-foot (46m) Palmer Johnson M/T Clifford II for $17.5 million.

New to its charter fleet is the 203-foot (62m) Feadship M/Y Positive Carry, based in the Baltic this summer.

Merle Wood & Associates 

Merle Wood & Associates has sold the 180-foot Oceanfast M/Y Obsession, and the 123-foot (38m) Trident M/Y American Pride.

Camper & Nicholsons International 

Camper & Nicholsons International has sold the 139-foot (42m) M/Y Calliope build by Holland Jachtbouw, the 103-foot (31.5m) M/Y Celtic Dawn built by Astondoa, the 100-foot (30m) Leopard M/Y RG 512 by broker Gaston Lees-Buckley, the 100-foot (30m) Moonen M/Y Sofia II, the 86-foot (26m) Moonen M/Y Etoile d’Azur with Fraser Yachts, who represented the buyer, and the 80-foot (24.6m) M/Y Stalca built for Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco by brokers Jonathan Syrett and Jean-Marie Recamier.

New to its central agency listings for sale is the 138-foot (42m) M/Y Billa built by Admiral, the 137-foot (42m) Westport M/Y Bandido, the 135-foot (41m) partially built M/Y Global Explorer designed by JFA, and the 124-foot (38m) Codecasa M/Y Good Bye.

New to its charter fleet is the 143-foot (43.6m) Benetti M/Y Libra Star available in the Western Med this summer.

New to its charter fleet is the 143-foot (43.6m) Benetti M/Y Libra Star available in the Western Med this summer.

Northrop & Johnson

Northrop & Johnson has sold the 200-foot (61m) Lurssen M/Y Aurora by broker Sean Doyle.

New to its charter fleet is the 164-foot Delta M/Y Victoria Del Mar and the 101-foot classic schooner S/Y Lady Thuraya.

The firm has hired John Arruda as a sales broker in its Ft. Lauderdale office. A former crew member, Arruda has also owned a charter company for high-performance boats, and a high-performance boat building company. He has created a turbine-powered generator that the U.S. nuclear power plant industry adopted as the official emergency standby generator in case of nuclear attack.

The firm has also hired Juliette van Bueren as its marketing coordinator for Asia. She most recently was a marketing specialist at L’Oreal in The Netherlands.

 

Neo Yachting

Neo Yachting has sold the 88-foot (27m) Sanlorenzo M/Y GPS.

YPI Brokerage

YPI Brokerage has added to its central agency listings for sale the 155-foot (47m) M/Y Balista built by Cantieri di Pisa and listed for 19 million euros.

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