Antibes show hosts auction

Mar 15, 2013 by Guest Writer

The Antibes Yacht Show scheduled for April 18-21 will host a live yacht auction on Saturday, April 20, at 3:30 p.m. at the IYCA. Organized by Monoco-based Morley Yachts, it will be conducted by auctioneer Pierre Cornette de Saint Cyr.

 

The 55m M/Y Turquoise built by Proteksan, the 35m Benetti M/Y Paradigm and the 30m Heesen M/Y Matantar have confirmed their participation.


The auction will be broadcast live to the Star Deck in Monaco (above Stars & Bars) to allow people unable to attend the show to bid.


For a list of the yachts in the auction, visit www.prestige-yacht-auction.com.

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