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Camper and Nicholsons sells Jongert

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Camper and Nicholsons has sold the 138-foot (42m) Jongert S/Y Passe Partout, and the 107-foot (32.5m) S/Y Bolero built by Bolero Yachts.

The brokerage has added to its central agency listings for sale the 140-foot (42.5m) Turkish-built S/Y Hic Salta, the 131-foot (40m) Heesen M/Y Galatea, and the 121-foot (37m) Sunseeker M/Y The Snapper.

In related news, Camper & Nicholsons has joined with Thailand-based Ruea Yachts to represent two of its designs, the DU Voyager 50m and the CDR 43m.

The 50m is an eclectic and modern design by Design Unlimited; the 43m is a stylish and classic design by Cor D’ Rover.

Both were showcased at the Monaco Yacht Show in September.

 

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