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Heesen Yachts delivers Elen

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Heesen Yachts has delivered the 155-foot (47m) M/Y Elena, formerly Project Margarita. She took her maiden voyage to the Scandinavian region this summer and is expected to debut at the Monaco Yacht Show in late September.

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