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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Africa, Blue Sky sells; Planet Nine, Lionspirit listed

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Yachts sold

M/Y Africa, a 154-foot (47m) Benetti built in 2010, sold by listing agent Burgess, with Marine Marketing and Pivatus introducing the buyer. Asking price was 16.75 million euros.

M/Y Blue Sky, a 103-foot (31m) Cheoy Lee delivered in 2002, sold by listing broker Tucker Fallon of Bradford Marine and Apex Marine broker Mark Mari, who brought the buyer. Asking price was just under $1.9 million.

M/Y Altisa VII, a 96-foot (29m) Nordlund launched in 1994, sold by listing broker Tucker Fallon of Bradford Marine and Denison broker Kevin Frawley, who brought the buyer. Asking price was just under $1.6 million.

M/Y Geni, a 93-foot (28.3m) Mangusta built in 2009 by Italian yard Overmarine, sold by Camper & Nicholsons broker Charles Ehrardt. Asking price was 1.95 million euros.

M/Y Noor, a 91-foot (28m) Sanlorenzo built in 2014, sold by Richard Inwards of Inwards Marine, who brought the buyer, and Fraser listing brokers Kirill Anissimov and Antoine Larricq. Asking price was 4.85 million euros.

S/Y Velacarina, an 84-foot (26m) Claasen delivered in 2004, sold by Hoek broker Pieter van der Weide. Asking price was 2.9 million euros.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Planet Nine, a 240-foot (73m) Italian Sea Group new build with an expected delivery date in March, listed by Fraser broker Stuart Larsen for 85 million euros.

M/Y Lionspirit, a 188-foot (57m) Sunrise new build designed by Espen Oeino, listed by Camper & Nicholsons for 12.5 million euros.

M/Y Como, a 154-foot (47m) Heesen launched in 2012, listed by Ocean Independence broker Thom Conboy for just under 20 million euros.

M/Y Celestial Hope, a 154-foot (47m) Heesen launched in 2008, listed by Ocean Independence broker Thom Conboy for 19.5 million euros.

M/Y Balista, a 153-foot (47m) Cantieri di Pisa launched in 2013, listed by Merle Wood & Associates for just under $16.5 million.

M/Y Excellence, a 150-foot (46m) Richmond delivered in 2010 and undergoing a $1.5 million refit, listed by Denison broker Alex Clarke for $15.6 million.

M/Y Mirage IV, a 132-foot (40m) Princess launched in 2017, listed by Cecil Wright & Partners broker Matthew Ruane for 13.5 million pounds.

M/Y Marlinda, a 132-foot (40m) Delta built in 1989, with a $12 million refit in 2000, listed by Northrop & Johnson broker Kevin Kramer for $8.6 million.

S/Y Philkade, formerly Aquel II, a 125-foot (38m) Sensation sailing yacht built in New Zealand in 1986, listed by Camper & Nicholsons broker Adam-Michael Papadakis for 2.95 million euros.

M/Y Showtime, a 125-foot ( 38m) Broward built in 1989, listed by Ken Denison of Denison Yacht Sales for just under $3.7 million.

M/Y Mikymar, a 113-foot (34.4m) Canados built in 2006, listed by Camper & Nicholsons broker Marco Fodale for just under 3.5 million euros.

S/Y Seaquell, a 108-foot (33m) Alloy sailing yacht built in New Zealand in 1992, listed by Ocean Independence broker Thom Conboy for $4.35 million.

M/Y Arcadia, a 105-foot (32m) classic Feadship built in 1969, now wrapping up a $14 million refit, listed by 26 North Yachts for $5 million.

M/Y Mashallah, a 103-foot (31m) Astondoa launched in 2007, listed with G-Yachts broker Pierre Badin for just under 2.8 million euros.

M/Y Breakaway, formerly Huey’s Island, a 100-foot (30m) Broward built in 1997, listed by Denison broker Kurt Bosshardt for just under $2 million.

M/Y Timeless, a 92-foot Viking built in 2017, listed by Denison broker Kevin Frawley for just under $8.9 million.

M/Y Thea, an 80-foot (24m) Azimut delivered in 2017, listed by Denison Yacht Sales for $4.9 million.

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