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Northrop & Johnson has sold the 128-foot (39m) Hakvoort M/Y Snowbird by Wes Sanford (listed by Edmiston), and the 112-foot ketch S/Y Signe by Simon Turner.
New to its central agency listings for sale is the 47m S/Y Troy (to be delivered this year) listed with David Seal for 29.5 million euros, the 117-foot Delta M/Y Stampede listed with Kevin Merrigan and Wes Sanford, the 110-foot M/Y Dear Henri built by Antago Yachts and listed with Philip Bell and Merrigan for $1.85 million, and the 87.5-foot M/Y Andiamo built by Warren Yachts and listed with Bell for $3.85 million.
The firm also has four berths in Port Mirabello in La Spezia, Italy, listed for sale with Joanna Long. Two are 35m, one is 40m and one is 50m.
New to its charter fleet is the 20m S/Y One Shot.

 

Merle Wood and Associates has sold the 125-foot Heesen M/Y No Comment and the 121-foot (37m) Benetti M/Y Domani. New to its central agency listings for sale is the 143-foot Heesen M/Y Octopussy.

 

Ocean Independence has sold the 84-foot (25m) Burger M/Y Jubilee.

 

Camper & Nicholsons has added to its central agency listings for sale the 121-foot (37m) Heesen M/Y Sun Ark, the 95-foot (29m) M/Y Celandine, and the 79-foot (24m) Benetti M/Y Back Soon.

 

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