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Camper and Nicholsons has sold the 112-foot (34m) Moonen Bonita J by broker Mark Hilpern.



The firm has added to its central agency listings for sale the 177-foot (54m) rebuild project M/Y Fils de Grace with broker Jeremy Comport. Built in 1968 as a cable layer for the North Sea, Fils de Grace is undergoing a complete refit. The tri-deck yacht has a central elevator, an owner’s suite on the upper aft deck, a full-beam VIP and four guest staterooms.



Also new to its central agency listings is the 108-foot (33m) Sanlorenzo M/Y Petrus with broker Gaston Lees-Buckley and the 98-foot (30m) Moonen M/Y Livia with broker David Sargus in a joint listing with Fraser Yachts.

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