N&J sells Mr. TerribleMar 27, 2013 by Guest Writer
Northrop & Johnson has recently sold the 154-foot (47m) Delta M/Y Mr. Terrible, the 102-foot (31m) M/Y Beothuk built by Kuipers Woudsend by broker Michael Nethersole in Ft. Lauderdale and Cromwell Littlejohn of Merle Wood & Associates with an asking price of $11.9 million, and the 92-foot Tarrab M/Y The Bee’s Honey with an asking price of $2 million.
New to its central agency listings for sale include the 137-foot custom-built M/Y Anda with broker Simon Turner, the 126-foot (38.4m) Feadship M/Y Sirenuse with Gregg Child for $5.5 million, the 114-foot Benetti M/Y Emerald Lady with broker Bart Kimman for $5 million, the 107-foot S/Y Avalon built by Southern Pacific Yachts with Jonathan Chapman for $3.5 million, the 89-foot Sunseeker Pacific Conquest with Kimman for $4.6 million, the 83-foot Camper Nicholson S/Y Mustang with Ann Avery for $1.48 million, and the 80-foot M/Y Zsi Zsi built by Vitech with broker Rick Weisenberger for $2.4 million.
New to its charter fleet is the 100-foot (30m) SanLorenzo M/Y Las Brisas in the Med this summer.
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