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Boats and brokers in the news for December

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A 220-foot (67m) new construction project from Amels, sold by Fraser Yachts broker Antoine Larricq in Monaco. It is due for delivery in 2019 and will be the fourth in the Amels 212 Limited Edition series.

M/Y Elandess, a 197-foot Abeking & Rasmussen from 2009, by Denison Yachts. It has been renamed  Elysian and is in Denison’s charter fleet.

A 174-foot new build project from Delta Marine, Project 174046.

M/Y La Pellegrina, a 164-foot Couach, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Lionwind, a 155-foot Feadship, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Capricorn, a 150-foot (42.7m) yacht, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Bill Titus.

M/Y Lady Arraya, a 132-foot Oceanfast, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Hi Banx, a 124-foot (38m) Broward from 2007, listed for $6.5 million with Stuart Larsen and Trevor Carroll of Fraser Yachts in Ft. Lauderdale.

M/Y Arion, a 121-foot Couach, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Cheers 46, a 116-foot Azimut, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y One O One, a 115-foot yacht built by Tecnomar, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Surfbird, a 115-foot (35m) yacht built by B&B Boatworks in 2006, listed for $2.9 million with Tom Allen of Fraser Yachts in Seattle.

M/Y Entrepreneur, a 110-foot Broward, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Largo, a 104-foot Denison, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Trilogy, a 103-foot Broward, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Anabash, a 100-foot Broward, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Mia, a 100-foot Broward, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Home James, a 100-foot Broward, by Denison Yachts.

M/Y Cartouche, a 95-foot yacht built by Blue Coast, sold by Denison Yachts.

S/Y Clevelander, an 81-foot (25m) Nautor’s Swan from 2004, listed for 1.59 million euros with Georges Bourgoignie of Fraser Yachts in Ft.Lauderdale.

S/Y Pure, a 70-foot (21m) yacht built by Van Dam Nordia in 2009, listed for 2.5 million euros with Thorsten Giesbert of Fraser Yachts in Spain.

New to the sales fleet

M/Y Illusion, a 182-foot (55.7m) Feadship from 1983, listed for $9.5 million with Northrop & Johnson brokers Kevin Merrigan and David Seal.

M/Y Sanssouci Star, a 176-foot (53.5m) yacht built by Husumer Schiffswerft in Germany in 1982, listed with BGYB for 5.9 million euros.

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

M/Y M3, a 147-foot (44.8m) Intermarine built in 2002, listed with Ocean Independence for just under $12.5 million.

M/Y Axantha II, a 141-foot (43m) yacht built by JFA France in 2011, listed for 14.9 million euros with Maarten Ten Holter of Fraser Yachts in Monaco.

M/Y Alchemy, a 132-foot (40.5m) Feadship launched in 1970, listed for $3.9 million with Bria

n Holland of Fraser Yachts in Seattle.

S/Y Southern Cloud, a 130-foot (40m) yacht built by Faenoe Yachtvaerft in 1990, listed for $5.4 million with Peter Redford and Eugenio Cannarsa of Fraser Yachts in Australia.

M/Y Buckpasser, a 120-foot (36.5m) aluminum yacht built by Hitachi Zosen from a Jack Hargrave design in 1985, listed for just under $3.5 million with Camper & Nicholsons brokers Andrew LeBuhn and Brendan Roney.

M/Y Izumi, a 120-foot (36.5m) Palmer Johnson launched in 2008, listed with Northrop & Johnson brokers Ed Dickinson and David Seal for 5.5 million euros.

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.

M/Y +Brava, a 115-foot (35m) Benetti launched in 2006, listed with Merle Wood

& Associates for just under $6 million.

M/Y Lady J, a 109-foot (33.5m) Overrmarine (Mangusta) from 2006, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Rytis Barbravicius.

M/Y Alisios, a 100-foot (31m) yacht built by Arno Leopard, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Fernando Nicholson.

M/Y C1, a 96-foot (29m) yacht built by Bloemsma & Van Breemen in 2003, listed fo

r just under $6 million with Stuart Larsen and Trevor Carroll of Fraser Yachts in Ft. Lauderdale.

An 82-foot Sunseeker from 2006, listed for $1.3 million with Denison Yachts.

News in the charter fleet

M/Y Elysian (ex-Elandess), a 197-foot Abeking & Rasmussen from 2009, available in the Caribbean this winter and in the Mediterranean next summer, now listed with Denison Yachts.

In related news, industry veteran Susan Harris has joined Denison to manage its charter fleet. Harris has more than 25 years of experience in luxury travel, including charter management positions at Fraser Yachts and International Yacht Collection.

M/Y Bacchus, a 146-foot (44.5m) Trinity built in 2005, available in the Caribbean and Bahamas this winter, now with Vicky Holmes of Fraser Yachts in Ft. Lauderdale.

M/Y Crystal Blue, a 79-foot (24m) yacht built by Evolution Yachts, available in Australia, now listed with Northrop & Johnson.

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