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Boat and Broker news for August


Boat and Broker news for August. This page is continuously updated as new yachts are sold and listed for sale.


  • A 57m full displacement new build from Benetti, with Imperial. Luca Dini will design the interior. FB271 is scheduled for delivery in 2018.
  • M/Y Lady Lau, a 213-foot (65m) Codecasa launched in 2010, by Merle Wood & Associates.
  • A 181-foot (55m) motoryacht built by Nishii in 2008, listed for $10 million with Fraser Yachts.
  • M/Y Arianna, the 164-foot (50m) Delta launched in 2012, by Fraser Yachts.
  • M/Y Ocean Sapphire, a 135-foot (41m) Rodriguez Cantieri Navali launched in 2010, listed for just under 4.2 million euros by BGYB and Floating Life.
  • M/Y Centium, a 130-foot (39.6m) yacht built by Astillero Mcies Oassive in 2006, sold by Kurt Bosshardt of Merle Wood & Associates and Bill Thiem of Globe Regal Yachting
  • M/Y Book-Ends, a 130-foot (40m) Westport launched in 2013, within 100 days of listing with Moran Yacht & Ship.

    BOATS Ocean Sapphire

    BOATS Ocean Sapphire

  • M/Y Matsu, a 120-foot (36.5m) yacht built by ISA in 2007, sold by Camper & Nicholsons broker James Rayner (seller).
  • M/Y White Queen, 86-foot (26.5m) Canados, by Merle Wood & Associates and G-Yachts.
  • M/Y Centium

    M/Y Centium

    M/Y Canea, the 82-foot (25m) Overmarine built in 1998, listed for 390,000 euros with Fraser Yachts.

  • M/Y Libro D’Oro, an 80-foot Azimut built in 2003, by Philip Bell of Northrop & Johnson.





Washington-based Westport Shipyard has launched hull No. 54 in its popular 112-foot series to a repeat client, making this the third launch for 2015.

The 112 is a raised pilothouse motor yacht that accommodates eight guests. The shipyard also builds yacht of 125 feet, 130 feet and 164 feet in three shipyards in Washington state.

New to market for sale

  • M/Y Sherakhan, 231 feet (70m), for nearly 26 million euros with Fraser Yachts.
  • M/Y Imagine, the 215-foot (65m) Amels built in 2011, for nearly 70 million euros with Fraser Yachts.
  • M/Y Skyfall, the 190-foot (58m) Trinity launched in 2010, listed for $35 million with Mark Elliott of IYC and Peter Thompson of Worth Avenue Yachts.
  • M/Y Lady Nag Nag, the 173-foot (52m) Amels built in 2008, for 28 million euros with Fraser Yachts.
  • M/Y Double Trouble, a 164-foot (50m) Proteksan launched in 1994, listed for nearly 15 million euros with Merle Wood & Associates.
  • M/Y Kanaloa, the 158-foot (48m) CRN, with Northrop & Johnson brokers Jonathan Browne and Ed Dickinson, listed for 6.5 million euros. The yacht is undergoing a 24-month refit at Composite Works in La Ciotat, France, including a full hull restoration, restored teak decks, revamped technical spaces, including zero hour engines, and a full repaint. She also will receive refitted crew quarters and a new AV system. Set for completion in August.
  • S/Y Arabella, 157-foot (47.5m) tri-masted staysail schooner, sleeps 40, with Camper & Nicholsons International.
  • A new 152 feet (46m) yacht built by Sarp Yacht, due for completion in time for the Monaco show in September, for 22.5 million euros with Northrop & Johnson.
  • M/Y Just J’s, a 151-foot (46m) Delta launched in 2011, listed for $29 million with Merle Wood & Associates.
  • S/Y Victoria, a 143-foot (43m) Perini Navi built in 2004, for nearly 10 million euros with Fraser Yachts.
  • M/Y Serque, a 133-foot (40.5m) yacht built by Custom-Splendor in 2009, listed for $8.5 million with Merle Wood & Associates.
  • M/Y Parvati, a 130-foot (40m) CRN, listed with Gaston Lees-Buckley at Camper & Nicholsons.
  • M/Y Andiamo, a 120-foot (36.6m) Benetti classic, listed by Camper & Nicholsons.
  • M/Y Flamingo Daze, the 92-foot (28m) Sea Force IX sportfishing vessel launched in 2010, listed for nearly $7 million with Moran Yacht & Ship.
  • M/Y Thomas Crosby V, 90 feet (27m), built in 1967, for $1.5 million with Fraser Yachts.
  • M/Y Blue Symphonie, the 83-foot (25m) Moonen built in 1995, for 1.2 million euros with Fraser Yachts.
  • S/Y La Forza del Destino, a 77-foot Swan, listed for $1.5 million with Bernard Gallay Yacht Brokerage.
  • M/Y Linmar, a 1932 New York Launch, for $935,000 with Fraser Yachts.
  • M/Y Grateful Two, an 80-foot (24m) Hatteras, listed with Walter Sea at Camper & Nicholsons.
  • S/Y Onelilo, a 118-foot (36m) sloop launched by Abeking & Rasmussen in 1988 (ex-Extra Beat), listed with Camper & Nicholsons.

New to the charter fleet

M/Y Annaeva, a 183-foot (56m) Benetti launched in 2007, in the Western Med starting at 250,000 euros a week, through Fraser Yachts.

Berths for sale

  • 35m slip in Marina de Varazze on Italy’s Ligurian coast with lease valid until 2052, listed for 1 million euros with Fraser Yachts.

Brokers on the Move

  • Paul Burgess has joined the Ft. Lauderdale office of Northrop & Johnson as a sales broker. Most recently, he was the sales and marketing director for Sunseeker Yachts, where he worked for 20 years. He also has worked in the industry while based in Asia, representing new and pre-owned sales and managing projects for several builders.
  • Fraser Yachts has opened offices in Phuket, Thailand, and Kuala Trengganu, West Malaysia. These offices will deal with enquiries from across Asia and operate under the guidance of the Singapore office and Julian Chang, director of Fraser Yachts Asia.
    The brokerage firm has hired Thai national Kit Chotithamaporn to run the Phuket office. He has represented Horizon Yachts in Southeast Asia for the past 10 years.
    Diederik Brinkman will run the West Malaysia office. While born in the Netherlands, he has lived in Malaysia for years. He previously spent 35 years in the hospitality industry in positions ranging from Chef-de-Cuisine to hotel general manager.
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