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Merle Wood sells Trisara


Merle Wood & Associates has sold the 130-foot Westport M/Y Trisara, the 128-foot (39m) Oceanfast M/Y Echo with Chamberlain Yachts, and the 120-foot (37m) M/Y Charisma built by Danube Marine Consulting.

New to its central agency listings for sale is the 130-foot (40m) DRN M/Y Sanoo (in a joint with KK Superyachts) listed for 6.95 million euros.

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