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Boats and brokers news for December


Yachts sold

M/Y Felix, a 170-foot (52m) Amel built in 2004, listed for $22 million with Josh Gulbranson and Stuart Larson of Fraser Yachts in Ft. Lauderdale.
Project Alba, a 50m semi-displacement Heesen, sold by Arne Ploch of Camper & Nicholsons.
M/Y Sotaj, a 139-foot (42m) Abeking & Rasmussen, by Kevin Merrigan and Wes Sanford of Northrop & Johnson.
M/Y Perle Noire, a 122-foot (37m) Heesen, by Moran Yacht & Ship.
M/Y Our Toy, a 120-foot (36m) Feadship built in 1991, by Merle Wood & Associates and broker Dirk Johnson of Perini Navi.
S/Y Canova, a 117-foot (36m) yacht built by Baltic Yachts in 2011, listed with Jurgen Kock of Fraser Yachts in Spain.
M/Y Scout, a 111-foot (34m) yacht built by Brooke Yachts in 1993 and listed for 4.15 million euros, sold by Stuart Larson of Fraser Yachts in Ft. Lauderdale.
M/Y Jiva, a 34m Sunseeker, sold by ICY Monaco
New 100-foot Ocean Alexander, by MarineMax.
A 98-foot (30m) berth in Mangelieu la Napoule, listed for 950,000 euros with Dennis Frederiksen of Fraser Yachts in Monaco.

New sales listings

M/Y Lionwind, a 155-foot Feadship built in 1983, listed for $3.95 million iwth Denison Yachts.
M/Y One O One, a 115-foot yacht built by Tecnomar in 2008, listed for $4.5 million with Alex Clarke of Denison Yachts.
M/Y Entrepreneur, 110-foot Broward built in 2004, listed for $3.4 million with Denison Yachts.
M/Y My Paradis, a 108-foot (33m) Benetti built in 2014 and listed for 9.5 million euros with Antoine Larricq of Fraser Yachts in Monaco.
S/Y Rosinante of Notika, a 107-foot (32.6m) sailing yacht built in Turkey in 1998, listed for $1.6 million with BGYB.
M/Y Altisa, a 96-foot (29m) yacht built by Nordlund Yachts in 1995, listed with Camper & Nicholsons.
M/Y FX29, a 94-foot (29m) yacht built by FX Yachts in 2011 and listed for 3.9 million euros with Alain Tanguy and David Legrand of Fraser Yachts in Monaco.
M/Y Danush, an 80-foot (24m) yacht built by Baia in 2004 and listed for 890,000 euros with Fraser Yachts’ Thorsten Giesbert in Spain and Sinan Suleiman in Turkey.
M/Y Aigue Marine, a 70-foot yacht built by Canados International Shipyard in 1992, now listed for 250,000 euros with BGYB and Moore International.
A 147-foot (45m) berth on the outside quay in Port Camille Rayon in Golfe Juan in the south of France, listed for 1.85 million euros with Jan Jaap Minnema of Fraser Yachts in Monaco.

News in the charter fleet

M/Y Axantha II, a 43m explorer yacht built by JFA Yachts in 2011, is available in the Mediterranean and listed with Neo Yachting.
M/Y Aprodite, a 130-foot (40m) Westport, available in the Caribbean this winter, now listed with Northrop & Johnson.
M/Y Sunday Money, a 100-foot (30.5m) Hatteras, now available in Florida, the Bahamas and New England with Allied Marine.
M/Y Karma, a 78-foot Ferretti launched in 2007, available in the Bahamas and now listed with Allied Marine Brokerage & Charter.

D.J. Kiernan rejoins Merle Wood

Ft. Lauderdale-based Merle Wood & Associates has rehired D.J. Kiernan as director of marketing. He previously worked at the firm as a marketing specialist. Most recently, he helped established the charter division for Feadship.

“D.J. returns to our firm with a tremendous amount of experience and knowledge,” firm president Merle A. Wood said in a news release. “We have enjoyed watching his achievements over the years and are pleased that he will be implementing our marketing strategies.”

In 2010, Kiernan joined Camper & Nicholsons as director of charter marketing in the United States. Within eight months, he was promoted to director of charter marketing worldwide and he moved to Monaco.

In 2013, he struck out on his own and launched a business development consultancy called Connect K3. His first move was to establish the retail wine division for Eten Food Company in Ft. Lauderdale.

Originally from Dallas, Kiernan earned his bachelor’s degree in tourism marketing from Niagara University in Lewiston, New York.

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