Robert Cury & Associates sell M/Y Symphony II

Oct 3, 2012 by Triton Staff

Robert Cury & Associates sold the 112-foot Westport M/Y Symphony II. The asking price was $4.4 million. The new owners plan to continue her in charter and with the same name.  
The firm also sold the 80-foot Hatteras M/Y Game Time, to be renamed M/Y Destiny IV.

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