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Project Brage, a 284-foot (86.6m) custom yacht set to launch in 2019, will transform an existing commercial vessel and feature a 19m beam. Listed with Fraser brokers Jan Jaap Minnema and Vassilis Fotilas.

M/Y Axioma, a 236-foot (71.5m) yacht built by Dunya Yachts in 2013, co-listed with YPI and Denison Yacht Sales brokers Ken Denison and Glynn Smith.

M/Y Icon, a 221-foot (67.5m) yacht built in 2010 by Icon Yachts, listed with Fraser for 52.5 million euros.

M/Y Galaxy of Happiness, a 174-foot (53.3m) vessel built in 2016 by Latitude Yachts, listed with Fraser broker David Legrand in Monaco for 29.8 million euros.

M/Y Lady Joy, a 157-foot (48m) Christensen launched in 2007, co-listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Joe Foggia and Burgess broker Mike Orchard for $22 million.

M/Y Ocean Sapphire, a 135-foot (41m) vessel built in 2010 by Rodriquez Cantieri Navali, listed with Bernard-Gallay Yacht Brokerage for 6.5 million euros.

S/Y Le Pietre, a 115-foot (35m) ketch built in 2009, listed with Camper & Nicholsons.

S/V Che, a 114-foot (35m) Sunreef catamaran delivered in 2010, listed with Camper & Nicholsons for just under 5 million euros.

M/Y Elba, a 109-foot (33m) yacht built by Astilleros Armon in 1991, listed with Fraser broker Giulio Riggio in Spain for 3.3 million euros.

M/Y Orso 3, a 108-foot (33m) Benetti delivered in 2013, now listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Fernando Nicholson for just under $7 million.

S/Y Zanzibar, a 103-foot (31.3m) fast cutter-rigged sailing yacht built in 1993, listed with Camper & Nicholsons brokers Arne Ploch and Charles Ehrardt for 3.3 million euros.

M/Y MOS-AIC, a 91-foot (27.6m) yacht built in 2006 by Cantieri Navali Falcon, now listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Charles Ehrardt for 1.45 million euros.

M/Y Caramia, an 88-foot (27m) go-fast built by Amo in 2008, listed with Fraser broker Alex Krykanyuk for just under 2 million euros.

M/Y SS Sophie, a 79-foot (24m) Trumpy built in 1947, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Jonathan Chapman.

M/Y Koon Woon II, a 65-foot (20m) trawler built by Selene, now listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Bart Kimman for $2.2 million.

James Munn

James Munn has joined Northrop & Johnson in Antibes as a sales broker. With 30 years of yachting industry experience, he has spent time as crew  and captain, charter and yacht manager, a sales broker and an owner’s rep.

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