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M/Y Cakewalk, the 180-foot (55m) Benetti built in 2003, sold Merle Wood & Associates broker Kevin Greene representing the buyer.

M/Y Sensation, a 164-foot (49.5m) yacht built by Sensation Yachts in 2007, listed with Fraser Yachts broker Jan Jaap Minnema for 9.9 million euros.

M/Y Seven J’s, a 156-foot (47.5m) Delta built in 2008, listed with Fraser Yachts broker Josh Gulbranson for $19 million.

M/Y Parvati, a 125-foot (39.7m) CRN, sold by Camper & Nicholsons broker Gaston Lees-Buckley representing the seller.

M/Y Anastasia M, a 122-foot (37.4m) Sanlorenzo built in 2010, listed with Fraser Yachts broker Alex Krykanyuk for 7.5 million euros.

M/Y Kai, a 121-foot (36.6m) Benetti delivered in 2008, sold by Camper & Nicholsons. It is under CNI management and listed for charter with a crew of seven.

M/Y Kampai, a 92-foot (28m) Overmarine built in 2005, listed with Fraser Yachts broker Michael Selter for $2.2 million.

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