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Northrop & Johnson announces sales

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Northrop & Johnson has sold the following yachts recently:

the 142-foot Feadship M/Y Kingfisher (in a co-listing with Burgess); the 115-foot Crescent M/Y Kapalua; the 86-foot Nordhavn M/Y CaryAli; and the 70-foot Marlow M/Y Tiger Five.

The brokerage has added to its central agency listings for sale:
the 137-foot Kanter S/Y Bread for $24.9 million; the 112-foot (34m) Crescent M/Y 99 Problems for $4.99 million; the 107-foot (32.6m) Westport M/Y Mr. Terrible for $1.9 million; the 105-foot (32m) Broward M/Y Polo V for $3.4million; and the 102-foot M/Y Newcastle Explorer for $5.9 million.

New to the firm’s charter fleet is the new 145-foot Benetti M/Y Checkmate in the Caribbean and Bahamas this winter with Capt. Matthew Bishop (on display at the Antigua show in December).

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