Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Northern Star sold; Rock.It, Starfire listed

Jun 5, 2017 by Triton Staff

Recently sold

M/Y Northern Star, a 247-foot (75.4m) explorer yacht built by Lürssen in 2009, sold by Moran Yacht & Ship. Asking price was 83 million euros.

S/Y Adjutor, an 85-foot (25.8m) sailing yacht built by Yachting Developments in 2002, sold by Northrop & Johnson brokers Paul Dauber and Hank Halsted. Asking price was $1.1 million.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Rock.It, a 198-foot (60m) Feadship launched in 2014, listed with Northrop & Johnson.

M/Y Starfire, a 177-foot (54m) Benetti built in 1998 and refit in 2012, listed by Northrop & Johnson for $13.9 million.

S/Y Heritage, a 148-foot (45.3m) Perini Navi sailing yacht launched in 2006, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Alex Lees-Buckley for 11.9 million euros.

M/Y Casual Water, a 110-foot (33.5m) Feadship built in 1987 and refit in 2016, listed with Merle Wood & Associates broker John Cohen for $5.25 million.

Project Crescent 108, a 108-foot (33m) yacht with expected launch in 2018, listed with Northrop & Johnson for $10.9 million.

S/Y Oceans Seven², a 104-foot (31.8m) Trehard aluminum sloop built in 1998, listed with BGYB for 2.5 million euros.

M/Y Vivierae, an 86-foot (26m) Nordhavn built in 2008 and refit in 2014, listed with Denison Yacht Sales broker Glynn Smith for $5.29 million.

S/Y Paradox 2.0, a 65-foot (19.8m) trimaran designed by Nigel Irens and Benoit Cabaret, available for sea trials in Bermuda for the duration of the 2017 America’s Cup, listed with BGYB for just under 1 million euros.

News in the charter fleet

M/Y Da Vinci, a 165-foot (50m) Mangusta 165E delivered in March, is now available for charter through Northrop & Johnson.

M/Y Khalilah, a 161-foot (49m) motor yacht launched in 2015 by Palmer Johnson, is offered for charter through Camper & Nicholsons in the western Med this summer.

M/Y Excellence, a 150-foot (45.7m) boat built by Richmond Yachts in 2010 and refit in 2014, available for charter in the Northeast U.S. and northern Caribbean this summer through Camper & Nicholsons.

M/Y Take 5, a 131-foot (40m) Sunseeker built in 2016, is offered for charter through Northrop & Johnson. She is available in the Med this summer and in the Caribbean and Bahamas this winter.

M/Y The B&B, a 130-foot (39.6m) Westport built in 2006 and refit in 2015, is offered for charter through Northrop & Johnson. She cruises New England and the Bahamas in summer; the Bahamas and Caribbean in winter.

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