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Moran sells motoryacht Step One

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Moran Yacht & Ship has sold the 180-foot (55m) Amels M/Y Step One. Launched in 2012, the yacht was styled by Tim Heywood and has an interior by Laura Sessa. It was on display in the Palm Beach show in late March.

New to its central agency listings for sale is the 140-foot (43m) Westship M/Y Mona Liza for $9.8 million. Mona Liza also joined its charter fleet.

 

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