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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Project Ayla, Wildflour sold

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Yachts sold

Project Ayla, a 164-foot (50m) Heesen with an expected delivery date of April 2018, has been sold, with British brokerage Abberley Luxury Yachts bringing the buyer.

M/Y Wildflour, a 156-foot (47.5m) Delta built in 2008, sold by Denison Yacht Sales broker Chris Daves, who represented the seller, and Fraser broker Stuart Larsen, who represented the buyer. Wildflour will be renamed Paladin.

M/Y Drew, a 140-foot (43m) Benetti launched in 2015, sold by Northrop & Johnson, with brokers Wes Sanford and Kevin Merrigan acting on behalf of the seller, and Joost Goverts acting on behalf of the buyer. Asking price was $18.75 million.
M/Y Gigi, an 88-foot (27m) Cheoy Lee built in 2013, sold by Denison Yacht Sales broker David Johnson, who represented the buyer, and Westport Yacht Sales broker Andy Miles, who represented the seller. Asking price was just under $4 million.

S/Y Alpina, an 82-foot (25m) Nautors Swan built in 2001, sold by BGYB. Asking price was just under 1.5 million euros.

New to the brokerage fleet

M/Y Lady Michelle, a 180-foot (55m) Benetti built in 2003, listed with Merle Wood & Associates broker Kevin Greene for $21.5 million

M/Y M&M. a 114-foot (35m) boat launched in 2011 at Turkish shipyard Mengi Yay in Istanbul, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker James Munn for $2.3 million

M/Y Victoria, a 113-foot (34.4m) Hatteras launched in 1991, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Bill Titus for $895,000.

M/Y Far Niente, a 112-foot (34m) Westport built in 2000, listed by Northrop & Johnson broker Kristen Englemann-Klein for $4.39 million.

M/Y Island Time, a 110-foot (33.5m) Broward built in 1991, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Kristen Engelmann-Klein for $1.69 million.

S/Y Fidelitas, a 110-foot (34m) boat built by Jongert Shipyard in Holland in 1994, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Jochen Brill for 3.85 million euros.

M/Y Negoseator, a 105-foot (32m) Leopard built in 2005, listed with Denison Yacht Sales broker Bob Anslow for just under $3 million.

M/Y Sol Pursuit, an 89-foot (27m) tri-deck yachtfisher launched by Nordlund in 1998, listed with Northrop & Johnson brokers Todd Rittenhouse and Kevin Kramer for $3.1 million.

M/Y Ellisium, an 88.6-foot (27m) Canados 86 launched in 2011, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Ed Dickinson for 1.8 million euros.

M/Y Tuko, an 84-foot (26m) West Bay built in 2004, listed with Northrop & Johnson brokers Todd Rittenhouse and Kevin Kramer for just under $2.5 million.

M/Y Langara, a 55-foot (16.8m) open boat built by Alen Yachts in 2014, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Michael Nethersole for 750,000 euros.

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