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Yachts sold August 2016

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M/Y Project Nova (YN 17850), a fast displacement yacht with hybrid propulsion, has been sold. The 163-foot, all-aluminum Heesen is due to launch in 2017.

M/Y Najati, a 28m Pershing 92, was sold after two months on the market by Camper & Nicholsons International with Steen Christensen representing the seller.

M/Y Ouranos, a 45m Tecnomar superyacht, was sold by IYC broker Michel Chryssicopoulos, who represented both buyer and seller. Renamed Ipanemas, the yacht will remain in the IYC charter fleet.

M/Y Libra Star, a 43.6m Benetti built in 2008, was sold by Camper & Nicholsons brokers Alex Lees-Buckley and Gaston Lees-Buckley representing the seller.

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