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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: 47m Benetti new build, My Secret, Star sell; Okto, former Fifanella listed

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Yachts sold

Benetti has sold a 47m new-build yacht with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Project FB703 will be designed in house, with interiors by Mexican designer Mauricio Gomez de Tuddo. The yacht will accommodate 12 guests in six cabins.

M/Y My Secret, a 153-foot (46.7m) Heesen built in 2012 and listed with Fraser broker Antoine Larricq for 22.5 million euros

M/Y Star, 138-foot (42m) Kingship expedition yacht built in 2012, sold by Northrop & Johnson brokers Wes Sanford and Sean Doyle, and Denison broker Alex Clarke, who represented the seller. Asking price was just under $12 million.

M/Y +Lejos, a 121-foot (37m) Benetti sold by Fraser broker Jan Jaap Minnema and listed with Fraser broker Flavio Constantino for 8.4 million euros.

M/Y Calypso, a 101-foot steel and aluminum Feadship built in the De Vries Shipyard in 1971, by Denison Yacht Sales. She was listed with broker Barclay Tuck, and broker Charles Blickle brought the buyer.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Okto, a 217-foot (66.4m) yacht built by ISA in 2014, co-listed with Fraser broker Vassilis Fotilas and Merle Wood & Associates for 54.5 million euros.

M/Y Praxis, a 142-foot (43m) Feadship built at the Van Lent Shipyard in 1987 and launched as Fifanella, jointly listed with Merle Wood & Associates and Northrop & Johnson for $11.9 million.

M/Y Ornella, a 106-foot (32m) Leopard built in 2006, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Steen Christensen for 3.4 million euros.

M/Y Triple 888, a 97-foot (29.6m) Horizon launched in 2008, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Tim Langmead for 3.6 million euros.

M/Y Sky, an 85-foot (26m) custom yacht built in 1890, listed with Fraser broker Jan Jaap Minnema for 1.15 million euros.

News in the charter fleet

M/Y Helios 2, a 167-foot (51m) Palmer Johnson launched in 2002, listed with Fraser agent Anita Dodds and available in the Western Med this summer.

M/Y Vertige, a 164-foot (50m) yacht built by Tankoa Yachts in Italy and delivered in April, is offered for charter by Northrop & Johnson in the Med this summer.

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