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Camper & Nicholsons adds At Last & Liara

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Camper & Nicholsons has added to its central agency listings for sale the 144-foot (44m) Heesen M/Y At Last and the 105-foot (32m) S/Y Liara.

New to its charter fleet is the 253-foot (77.4m) M/Y Legend (beginning this fall in the Med and winter in South America/Antarctica) and the 131-foot (40m) M/Y Thumper based in the Balearics this summer.

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