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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: New Amels, Invader, Party Girl sell; Phoenix listed

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Yachts sold

S/V 6711, a 220-foot (67m) Damen support vessel launched in 2014, sold by Verpeka Dolling broker Rob Dolling, who brought the buyer, and listing agent Imperial Yachts. Asking price was 28.5 million euros.

M/Y Project 472, a 180-foot (55m) Amels new-build due for delivery this summer, sold by Burgess broker Peter Brown, who represented the buyer.

M/Y Invader, a 164-foot (50m) Codecasa built in 1999, sold by Denison Yacht Sales broker Ken Denison. Asking price was $12.5 million.

M/Y Party Girl, a 146-foot (44.5m) Christensen built in 2007, sold by Northrop & Johnson brokers Kristen Klein and Kevin Merrigan, who represented the buyer, and listing agent Jim McConville of Allied Marine. Asking price was $15.9 million.

M/Y Alice’s Restaurant, a 130-foot (40m) Westport launched in 2011, sold by Worth Avenue Yachts brokers Andre Bouse and Chris June, who brought the buyer, and Gilman Yacht broker Joe Majcherek. Asking price was $13.75 million.

M/Y SOC, formerly Silver Oak Cellars, a 122-foot (37.2m) Delta built in 1997, sold by Denison broker Ken Denison, who represented the buyer, and Kurt Bosshardt, who represented the seller. Asking price was $4.5 million.

M/Y Tamara Rd, a 115-foot (35m) Cantieri Navali Lavagna built in 2010, sold by Northrop & Johnson broker Jochen Brill, who represented the seller, and Ocean Independence broker Marc Händle, who brought the buyer. Asking price was 5.9 million euros.

M/Y Ceylon, a 115-foot (35m) Tansu launched in 2010, sold by Sofi Yacht Charter & Brokerage, with Onboard Yachting broker Alain Auvare representing the buyer. Asking price was 6.45 million euros.

S/Y Che, a 114-foot (35m) Sunreef built in 2010, sold by Camper & Nicholsons broker Charles Ehrardt. Asking price was just under 5 million euros.

M/Y Chantella, a 98-foot (30m) CNA delivered in 1966, sold in-house by Fraser listing broker Dennis Frederiksen and Kirill Anissimov, who represented the buyer. Asking price was 650,000 euros.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Phoenix, 130-foot (40m) expedition yacht launched by Davie Shipbuilding in 1973, listed by All Ocean Yachts broker Steve Reoch for $3.5 million.

S/Y Blue Diamond, a 100-foot (30m) sloop built by JMV-H2X in 2004, listed by BGYB for 4.2 million euros.

M/Y Insignia, an 82-foot (25m) Lyman Morse built in 2004 as the third and largest launch in its “Magpue” series, listed by Denison Yacht Sales broker Franklin Denison Jr. for just under $2.7 million.

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