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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Huntress II sells; new RMK listed

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Yachts sold

M/Y Huntress II, a 180-foot (55m) Feadship launched in 1997, sold by Merle Wood & Associates, with Camper & Nicholsons broker Alex Lees-Buckley representing the buyer. Asking price was just under $19 million.

Heesen Project Maia (YN 18350), a 164-foot (50m) vessel, sold through the Heesen Fort Lauderdale office, with Chris Collins of Ocean Independence introducing the buyer. The American owner and his team are working with designers and shipyard engineers to tailor the yacht to their needs.

M/Y Beija Flor, a 124-foot (38m) Delta delivered in 1998, sold by Merle Wood & Associates broker John Cohen, who represented the seller, and Worth Avenue Yachts brokers Michael Mahan and Leonce Richard, who brought the buyer. Asking price was $4.5 million.

S/Y Two, an 82-foot (25m) Alia sailing yacht launched in 2011, sold at auction in Fort Lauderdale by Northrop & Johnson broker Hank Halsted in partnership with DeCaro Yacht Auctions International. Asking price had been just under $3.5 million.

New in the sales fleet

RMK 58m, a 190-foot motor yacht under construction at RMK Marine Shipyards in Turkey, listed by Northrop & Johnson brokers Joe Foggia and Edward Sacks for 34 million euros.

M/Y Element, a 140-foot (42.7m) Cantieri di Pisa built in 2002, listed with Merle Wood & Associates for $7.25 million.

M/Y Silver Oak Cellars, a 122-foot Delta launched in 1997, listed with Denison broker Kurt Bosshardt for $4.5 million.

Hull No. 2 of the Kando 110 from AvA Yachts, a steel-hull, full-displacement. long-range motor yacht under construction at the AvA Yachts shipyard in Turkey, listed with Yacht & Villa broker Paul Cave for 6.65 million euros.

M/Y Hunny Bunny, a 98-foot (28m) Sunseeker delivered in 2012, listed with Northrop & Johnson brokers Ed Dickinson and David Seal for just under 3.5 million euros.

M/Y Blinder, formerly Khamsin, a 94-foot (28.7m) Sunseeker launched in 2005, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Cameron Bray for $2.87 million.

Natalya 86, a new build 85-foot (26m) aluminum displacement motor yacht under construction by AvA Yachts in Turkey. The boat, expected to be ready for delivery in 2018, is offered at 2.65 million euros by Yacht & Villa broker Paul Cave.

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