Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Marala, new Heesen sell; Fighting Irish, Yasson listed

May 26, 2017 by Triton Staff

Yachts sold

M/Y Marala, a 193-foot (58.8m) yacht built in 1931 in Southhampton, sold by Camper & Nicholsons broker Jean-Marie Recamier, who represented the seller, and Miles Clark of Seanergy, who brought the buyer. She was sold to the previous owners by George Nicholson in 1964 and had remained under the same family for more than half a century. Asking price was 10 million euros.

M/Y Marala

Project Runya, a 154-foot (47m) new build Heesen, sold by Heesen broker Thom Conboy. Set for delivery to the owner in June, she will be on display this year at the Monaco Yacht Show and the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

M/Y Gaja, a 115-foot (35m) yacht built by Russian shipyard Hotchya in 2006, sold by Camper & Nicholsons broker Rytis Babravicius. Asking price was 5.4 million euros.

M/Y Pamalama, a 101-foot (30.8m) Hargrave, sold by Camper & Nicholsons brokers Brendan Roney and Andrew LeBuhn. Mark Peck of Peck Yachts brought the buyer. Asking price was $4.9 million.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Fighting Irish, a 145-foot (44m) Westship built in 2004, listed with Merle Wood & Associates broker John Cohen for $5.9 million.

M/Y Yasson, a 105-foot (31.8m) yacht built by Canados in 2006, listed by Northrop & Johnson broker Ed Dickinson for 2.5 million euros.

S/Y Nomad IV, a 100-foot (30.5m) Maxi Dolphin built in 2013, listed with BGYB for 8 million euros.

News in the charter fleet

M/Y Illusion, a 183-foot (55.7m) recently refit Feadship, is available for charter this summer in the western Med through Northrop & Johnson.

M/Y Lucky Me, a 152-foot (46.3m) Baglietto built in 2016, now offered for charter through Camper & Nicholsons in the eastern Med this summer.

M/Y Pure One, 151-foot (46m) Arno Leopard built in 2008, is offered for charter by Camper & Nicholsons in the western Med this summer.

M/Y Praxis, a 142-foot (43m) Feadship, is now offered for charter through Northrop & Johnson. She is available this summer in the Bahamas, Florida and New England, and this winter in the Caribbean, Bahamas and Florida.

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