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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: New Heesen, Li-Lien sell; Triple Seven listed

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Yachts sold

Project Cosmos, an 80m all aluminum, full displacement yacht to be built by Heesen with delivery in April 2022. It will be the largest yacht to date to be built by Heesen.

M/Y Li-Lien, a 118-foot (36m) Heesen launched in 2005, sold by Northrop & Johnson listing broker Wes Sanford and Lengers Yachts, which brought the buyer. Asking price was $5.9 million.

M/Y Catera, a 101-foot (30.7m) Hargrave built in 2010, sold by listing brokers Carmine and Michael Galati of Galati Yacht Sales and Alliance Marine, which brought the buyer. Asking price was $4.3 million.

M/Y Powdermonkey, a 101-foot (30.7m) boat built by Falcon Yachts in 2004 and refit in 2014, sold by Engel & Völkers broker Charles Crane. Asking price was just under $1.2 million euros.

M/Y Sunrise, a 93.5-foot (28.5m) Benetti Delfino launched in 2011, sold by Altinel Shipyard, which represented the buyer. Asking price was 3.85 million euros.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Triple Seven, a 223-foot (68m) Nobiskrug launched in 2006, listed with Burgess for just under 45 million euros.

M/Y Brio, a 125-foot (38m) Heesen built in 1988 and refit in 2017, listed with Northrop & Johnson brokers Joe Foggia and Ed Sacks for just under $6 million.

S/Y Queen South III (ex QS Atlantic), a 118-foot (36m) motorsailer built by Cihan Marine in 1999 and refit in 2013, listed with BGYB for 1.9 million euros.

M/Y Vaiven, a 114-foot (35m) Broward launched in 1995 and refit in 2017, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Sean Doyle for $3.25 million.

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