Fraser sells and lists multiple yachtsMar 16, 2013 by Guest Writer
Fraser Yachts has recently sold the 164-foot (50m) Codecasa M/Y Grace E with an asking price of $18.5 million by brokers Penny Parrot in Ft. Lauderdale and Jan Jaap Minnema and Antoine Larricq in Monaco; a 164-foot (50m) berth in Cap d’Ail with an asking price of 3.3 million euros by broker Richard Earp in Monaco; a 163-foot (49m) new-build Couach due next year with an asking price of 24.9 million euros by brokers Pierrik Devic and Dennis Frederiksen in Monaco; the 116-foot (35m) Falcon S/Y Ester with an asking price of 3.5 million euros with brokers Alain Tanguy and David Legrand in Monaco; the 102-foot (31m) M/Y Taurus built by Peri Yachts with an asking price of 3 million euros by Devic and Frederiksen; and the 101-foot (31m) M/Y Celeste built by Italcraft with an asking price of 3 million euros by broker Vassilis Fotilas in Monaco.
New to the firm’s central agency listings for sale include the 203-foot (62m) new build M/Y Turquoise built by Proteksan and due in 2016 with broker Stuart Larsen in Ft. Lauderdale for 32.5 million euros (the length can be reduced to 59.9m to enter St Tropez or St Barts); the 177-foot (54m) Benetti new build M/Y Lady Michelle due in May with Larricq in Monaco for 33.9 million euros; the 163-foot (49m) Benetti M/Y Taiba with Larsen in Ft. Lauderdale for 9.5 million euros; the 127-foot (39m) Feadship M/Y Go with Minnema in Monaco for 21.9 million euros; the 125-foot (38m) M/Y Ligaya built by Ocean Pacific with broker Giulio Riggio in Spain for 4.4 million euros; the 106-foot (32m) M/Y Lady Ecosse built by De Beer with broker Thorsten Giesbert in Spain for 1.8 million euros; the 103-foot (31m) S/Y Ligaya built by Phithak with Giesbert in Spain and Jeff Partin in Florida for 4.6 million euros; and the 76-foot (23m) Lazzara M/Y Lady J with Larsen for $1.1 million.
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