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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Antares, Sycara IV, Reef Chief sell; Lady Sara, Four Wishes listed

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Yachts sold

Project Antares, a 180-foot (55m) new build Heesen set to launch in 2018, by Heesen broker Thom Conboy.

M/Y Sycara IV, the 151-foot (46m) Burger launched in 2009, jointly listed with Merle Wood & Associates and Fraser.

M/Y Reef Chief, a 120-foot (36.7m) yacht built by Lloyds Ship, by Northrop & Johnson broker Sean Doyle.

M/Y Kristina, a 108-foot Viking, by Denison broker Blake Nichol bringing the buyer. Babb Rawlings of HMY held the listing at just under $2 million.

S/Y Atao, an 82-foot (25m) classic sloop launched in 2006, by BGYB.

S/V Etana, a 61.5-foot (18.5m) sailing catamaran launched in 2007, by BGYB.

New to the sales fleet

M/Y Lady Sara, a 187-foot (57m) Trinity launched in 2012, co-listed with Merle Wood & Associates and Fraser for $36 million.

M/Y Pure One, a 151-foot (46m) Leopard delivered in 2009, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Fernando Nicholson for 8.5 million euros.

M/Y Four Wishes, a 144-foot (44m) Palmer Johnson launched in 2004, listed with Ocean Independence for $12.9 million.

M/Y Odalisque, a 126-foot (38m) Feadship built in 1973, listed with Camper & Nocholsons brokers A.J. MacDonald and John Weller for just under $3 million.

A 108-foot (33m) yacht built by Crescent Yachts, now listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Wes Sanford for just under $11 million.

M/Y Amanecer, a 103-foot (31.4m) Azimut, listed with Camper & Nicholsons brokers A.J. MacDonald and John Weller for just under $9 million.

M/Y Leviathan, a 98-foot (30m) Horizon launched in 2004, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Arne Ploch for just under 2.5 million euros.

S/V Coriolan VI, a 78-foot (23.7m) sailing catamaran, listed with BGYB for 1.7 million euros.

A 76-foot Azimut Magellano launched last year, listed with Dension Yacht Sales broker David Johnson for just under $4 million.

News in the charter fleet

M/Y Four Wishes, a 144-foot (44m) Palmer Johnson launched in 2004, listed with Ocean Independence and available for Florida and the Bahamas this summer.

M/Y Take 5, a 131-foot (40m) Sunseeker built in 2016, is now listed with Northrop & Johnson. It is available in the Mediterranean this summer.

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Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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