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M/Y Suerte, a 227-foot (69.3m) yacht built by Tankoa in 2015, listed with Northrop & Johnson for $65.7 million.

M/V Sarsen, a 226-foot (69m) explorer yacht, listed with Northrop & Johnson.

A 217-foot (66m) Feadship new build, listed with Northrop & Johnson.

S/Y Felicita West, the 210-foot (64m) Perini Navi, listed with Northrop & Johnson.

M/Y Invader, a 163-foot (50m) Codecasa built in 1999, listed with Fraser Yachts for $15 million.

M/Y Hanse Explorer, a 156-foot (47.8m) expedition yacht built in 2006 by Fassmer, listed with Fraser Yachts for 13.5 million euros.

S/Y Mari-Cha III, the 147-foot (44.7m) sailing yacht built by Sensation Yachts in 1997, has been withdrawn from the market with BGYB.

M/Y Four Wishes, the 144-foot (43.9m) Palmer Johnson built in 2004, listed with Ocean Independence for $13.9 million.

M/Y Bandido, a 140-foot (42.5m) Westport built in 1989, listed with Ocean Independence for $3.5 million.

M/Y Star, the 138-foot (42m) Kingship built in 2012, co-listed with Denison Yacht Sales and Fraser Yachts for $13.5 million.

A 125-foot (38m) Ocea 125XP explorer yacht to launch in 2018, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Foulques De Raigniac for $20 million.

M/Y Integrity, a 112-foot (34m) Westport built in 2002, listed with Northrop & Johnson for $4.9 million.

M/Y AD5, a 104-foot (31.7m) yacht built in 2011 by Agantur Yachting in Turkey, listed with Camper & Nicholsons for $4.3 million.

M/Y La Reina Del Mar, a 102-foot (31.4m) Hakvoort built in 1985, listed with Fraser Yachts for 2.9 million euros.

S/Y Dark Side of London, a 90-foot sloop, listed with BGYB for 1.25 million euros.

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