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Mark Elliott of IYC sells 3

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IYC has sold the 170-foot (52m) Feadship M/Y Dream listed for $34.9 million with broker Mark Elliott, the 150-foot (46m) Trinity M/Y Encore listed for $11.9 million with Elliott, and the 75-foot (23m) Millennium M/Y Remember When listed for $895,000 with Elliott.


New to its central agency listings for sale is the 102-foot (31m) Kuipers Woudsend M/V Beothuk with broker Roy Sea for $13.95 million.

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