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New to the sales fleet

S/Y MitseaAh, the 155-foot (47.5m) yacht launched by Pendennis Shipyard in 2004, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Kevin Merrigan.

M/Y Life of Riley, a 115-foot (35m) yacht built by Crescent Yachts in 1994, listed with Northrop & Johnson for just under $6 million.

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