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M/Y Charisma, a 153-foot (47m) Feadship built in 1985, by Merle Wood & Associates.

M/Y Scorpion 2, a 40m Sanlorenzo, sold by Camper & Nicholsons brokers Adam-Michael Papadakis and Richard Higgins.

M/Y Loose Ends, a 124-foot (37m) Delta built in 1998, listed with Fraser Yachts for $4.9 million.

M/Y Foam, a 116-foot (35.6m) yacht built by Admiral in 2014, listed with Fraser Yachts for 6.9 million euros.

M/Y Seychelle, a 111-foot (34m) Northcoast built in 1993, listed with Fraser Yachts for $2.75 million.

M/Y Casual Water, a 109-foot (33.5m) Feadship, by Camper & Nicholsons brokers Michael Rafferty (seller) and Jim Wallace (buyer).

S/Y Eclipse, a 107-foot (32.6m) yacht built in 1999 by Alloy Yachts, sold by Northrop & Johnson seller’s broker Michael Geraghty.

M/Y Sandy II, a 101-foot (30m) Sunseeker, by co-central agents Gaston Lees-Buckley of Camper & Nicholsons and Alexis Colin of ABYS Yachting.

Benetti sold its third Delfino 95-foot (29m) model at the Cannes show. The yacht, as well as her sister ships, is expected to be delivered in 2018. In related news, the 64m Benetti FB264 won the World Yacht Trophies Award for Best Layout, honored at the show.

M/Y FX29, a 94-foot (29m) yacht built by FX Yachts in 2014, listed with Fraser Yachts for 3.25 million euros.

M/Y Gloria Maris, an 86-foot (26m) Nordhavn built in 2010, listed with Fraser Yachts for $6.5 million.

M/Y Press Buy, an 80-foot (24.5m) Pershing, sold by Northrop & Johnson seller’s broker Mathias Chouraki.

M/Y Silver Lining, a 78-foot (24m) yacht built by AB Yachts, by Northrop & Johnson brokers Mathias Chouraki (seller) and Paul Burgess (buyer).

M/Y Vendetta, the 57-foot (17.4m) custom commuter yacht built in 2005 by Derecktor, was donated by its owner, rock and roll icon Billy Joel, to the International SeaKeepers Society (ISS). Northrop & Johnson broker Bruce Leffers assisted with the transaction. She was last listed for $1.2 million and exhibited at the Palm Beach International Boat Show.

ISS promotes oceanographic research, conservation, and education through direct involvement with the yachting community, primarily through its Discovery program where yacht owners can donate time on their yachts to provide access to the ocean. It plans to sell the yacht and use the proceeds to supports its programs.

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