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A 70m Tankoa new build, S701, sold at the Monaco Yacht Show. It will be an LY3-compliant vessel, built to MCA commercial specs, and will debut at the Monaco show in 2018.

M/Y Blind Date, a 134-foot (41m) Lurssen built in 1995, listed with Merle Wood & Associates and Burgess for $2.95 million.

M/Y CV-9, a 131-foot (40m) Delta built in 1995, listed with Fraser Yachts for $8.5 million.

S/Y Twilight, a 38m Oyster launched in 2013, by Camper & Nicholsons broker Simon Goldsworthy representing buyer and seller. Twilight will remain in the charter fleet in the Caribbean this winter.

M/Y Il Odyssey, a 107-foot (33m) Benetti built in 1967, listed with Fraser Yachts for 1.25 million euros.

S/Y Celandine, a 29.7m Jongert sloop built in 1993, by BGYB.

M/Y Blue Symphonie, an 82-foot (25m) Moonen built in 1995, sold by Fraser Yachts broker Maarten Ten Holter in Monaco and listed for 675,000 euros.

New to the sales fleet

M/Y Double Down, a 213-foot (65m) Codecasa built in 2010, listed for $46.5 million with Merle Wood & Associates, Northrop & Johnson broker Joe Foggia, and Thompson, Westwood and White.

New build 62m support vessel, to be built by Dorries Yachts of Bremerhaven, listed with Yacht & Villa International for 35 million euros. Expected to have max speed of more than 20 kts with three engines, and a range of 6500nm at 15kts. Build time is estimated at 24 months.

A 196-foot (60m) berth in Porto Montenegro, listed with Fraser Yachts in Monaco. 15-year lease for just under 3 million euros; 30-year lease for just over 5.3 million euros.

M/Y Lady Mona K, a 189-foot (57.5m) Amels launched in 1986, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Jean-Marie Recamier.

A 55m explorer motoryacht by Turkish builder RMK Marine, a new design by Milan-based Hot Lab Design. The XXL model will carry 12 passengers and a crew of 16. It will have a range of 6,000nm at a cruising speed of 12 knots. Construction has begun.

M/Y Casino Royale, a 163-foot (47m) Christensen, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Joe Foggia for just under $30 million.

A 147-foot (45m) berth in Porto Montenegro, listed with Fraser Yachts in Monaco. 15-year lease for just under 1.2 million euros; 30-year lease for just over 2.1 million euros.

M/Y Star, a 137-foot (42m) motoryacht built by Kingship Marine in 2012, listed with Fraser Yachts in Ft. Lauderdale for just under $12 million.

M/Y Destiny, a 130-foot (40m) Broward built in 1992, listed with Fraser Yachts in Monaco for 5.8 million euros.

S/Y Cyrano de Bergerac, a 127-foot (39m) Camper & Nicholsons built in 1993, listed with Fraser Yachts in Monaco for 5.6 million euros.

M/Y Arcana, a 38m new build explorer yacht from JFA Yachts, listed with Yachting Partners International (YPI). The eco-friendly yacht is designed by Viareggio-based Horacio Bozzo Design with a multi-purpose submarine launch. It was commissioned by Hansen Marine Exploration.

A 121-foot (37m) berth in Porto Montenegro, listed with Fraser Yachts in Monaco. 15-year lease for just over 1 million euros; 30-year lease for just under 1.9 million euros.

M/Y Secret Love, a 120-foot (36.5m) Amels launched in 1990, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Alex Lees-Buckley.

A 119-foot (36m) new build Moonen, Moonen Martinique No. 1, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Simon Goldsworthy. It is due for delivery in the spring of 2018.

M/Y Aquarius, a 115-foot (35m) yacht built by CBI Navi in Italy in 1995, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Rytis Babravicius.

M/Y Hideout, a 98-foot (30m) Princess built in 2012, listed with Merle Wood & Associates for $6.25 million.

A 98-foot (30m) berth in Porto Montenegro, listed with Fraser Yachts in Monaco. 15-year lease for 638,000 euros; 30-year lease for just over 1 million euros.

M/Y Noor, a 90-foot (27.6m) Sanlorenzo built in 2014, listed with Fraser Yachts in Monaco for 5.25 million euros.

M/Y Talon, an 89-foot (27.4m) Cheoy Lee built in 2006, listed with Fraser Yachts in Ft. Lauderdale for $2.35 million.

M/Y My Issue, an 89-foot (27m) motoryacht, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Bart Kimman for $3.5 million.

S/Y China Grove II, an 87-foot (26.5m) sailboat built by Boatspeed, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Cameron Bray for $2.5 million.

M/Y Moana, an 80-foot power catamaran from 2000, listed with Fraser Yachts in Ft. Lauderdale for $2.25 million.

S/V Tritium, a 72-foot racing trimaran. The boat was updated by Artemis Racing for testing of America’s Cup wing and dagger foils. It is listed with BGYB for $575,000.

M/Y Saturn, a 65-foot (20m) yacht built by Apreamare, listed with BGYB for 850,000 euros.

Brokers on the move

Charter broker Cecile Blin has joined Northrop & Johnson in its Southern California network of offices. Originally from France, Blin has spent 20 years in the charter industry.

Yacht broker Lees-Buckley receives new award: CNI broker wins first Earp award

Alex Lees-Buckley, a sales broker at Camper and Nicholsons, was awarded the first Richard Earp Award during the MYBA and ICOMIA cocktail evening during the Monaco Yacht Show.

Fraser Yachts created the award for the yacht brokerage industry to honor Mr. Earp after his death this year. Nominees are judged on characteristics including transparency, fair and ethical behavior, charisma and style.

“I am very touched on a personal level to be the recipient of the very first Richard Earp Award, which I shall cherish always,” Lees-Buckley said in a press release. “A great loss to all, he will not be forgotten and through this award I am confident that his name will live on in yachting for a very long time as the reference as to how we should all strive to be.”

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