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New to the sales fleet

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.

 

News in the charter fleet

M/Y Spirit, a 115-foot (35m) yacht, now listed with Northrop & Johnson and available in Australia and the Solomon Islands.

M/Y Le Reve, a 110-foot (33.5m) Lazzara built in 2006, now listed with Denison Yachts and available in the Caribbean this winter and New England next summer.

 

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

Alex Lees-Buckley, sales broker at Camper and Nicholsons, was awarded the first 2016 Richard Earp Award during the MYBA and ICOMIA cocktail evening on Sept. 28 during the Monaco Yacht Show.

Alex Lees-Buckley (from left), Natalie Earp, daughter of the late Richard Earp, Lisa Peck of Fraser Yachts and Giulio Riggio of Fraser Yachts. PHOTO FROM BLUEIPROD

Alex Lees-Buckley (from left), Natalie Earp, daughter of the late Richard Earp, Lisa Peck of Fraser Yachts and Giulio Riggio of Fraser Yachts. PHOTO FROM BLUEIPROD

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 behaviour, 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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