Yacht recently sold

Jan 6, 2017 by Guest Writer

M/Y O’Pari3, a 236-foot (73m) yacht delivered by Golden Yachts in 2015, by YPI broker Matt Albert representing both buyer and seller. It was listed for 70 million euros.

S/Y Queen Nefertiti, the 137-foot (41.6m) schooner-rigged sailing yacht designed by Sparkman & Stephens and launched in 1986, by BGYB.

M/Y Natori, a 137-foot (42m) Baglietto, by Camper & Nicholsons brokers Jeremy Comport and Jim Wallace. It has been renamed Clicia and will be managed and listed for charter with Camper & Nicholsons.

M/Y Arioso, a 130-foot (40m) Westport launched in 2006, by Northrop & Johnson broker Wes Sanford. It has been renamed The B&B and will join Northrop & Johnson’s charter fleet.

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