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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Serenity II sells; Sunrise, Invader listed

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Yachts sold

M/Y Four Wishes, a 144-foot (44m) Palmer Johnson launched in 2004, sold by Ocean Independence brokers Thom Conboy and Chris Collins, who represented the seller, and Fraser Yachts brokers Neal Esterly and Michael Selter, who brought the buyer. Asking price was $11.4 million.

M/Y Serenity II, a 95-foot (29m) vessel built by Admiral Marine Works in 1990, sold by Northrop & Johnson broker Kristen Klein. Asking price was $995,000.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Sunrise, a 173-foot (53m) Oceanco launched in 2000, listed with Merle Wood & Associates for just over $29 million.

M/Y Invader, a 164-foot (50m) Codecasa launched in 1999, listed with Denison broker Ken Denison for $12.5 million.

M/Y Atomic, a 147-foot (45m) Sunrise built in 2014, offered in a joint listing with Merle Wood & Associates and Thompson, Westwood and White for $18.9 million.

S/Y Ocean Pearl, a 108-foot (33m) Multiplast catamaran built for racing in 2000 and refit for cruising in 2016, listed with BGYB for 3.5 million euros.

M/Y Cameron Alexander, a 101-foot Hargrave built in 2010, listed with Dension broker Alex Clarke for $4.35 million.

M/Y Tatu, a 93-foot (28m) Delta Marine long-range trawler built in 1985, listed with Denison Yacht Sales broker Thomas Cleator for $3.2 million.

M/Y Insignia, an 82-foot Lyman Morse launched in 2004, listed with Denison broker Skip Denison for just under $2.7 million.

S/Y Leopard 3, a 30.5m McConaghy launched in 2007, listed with BGYB broker Youri Loof for 4 million pounds.

News in the charter fleet

M/Y Vixit, formerly Passion, a 173-foot (53m) Swedeship launched in 1989 and rebuilt in 2003, is now offered through Northrop & Johnson for charter in the Bahamas and Caribbean in winter, and the western Med in the summer.

S/Y Padma, an 82-foot (25m) Nautor’s Swan built in 2004, now offered through Northrop & Johnson for charter in the Caribbean during the winter season.

M/Y Ice Lady, a 142-foot (43m) Valmet Finland built in 1959 as a Norwegian Coast Guard icebreaker and  relaunched in 2012 as an expedition yacht, now available for charter in the Med through Camper & Nicholsons.

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