Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Turquoise, At Last sell; Itasca, Antara listed

Mar 6, 2018 by Triton Staff

Yachts sold

M/Y Turquoise, a 182-foot (55.4m) yacht built by Proteksan-Turquoise in 2011, sold by Fraser brokers Stuart Larsen and Georges Bourgoignie, who represented the seller, and IYC brokers Frank Grzeszczak and Katya Grzeszczak Jaimes, who represented the buyer. Asking price was $22.5 million.

M/Y At Last, a 145-foot (44m) Heesen launched in 1990 and refit in 2017, sold by Northrop & Johnson brokers Kristen Klein and Kevin Merrigan. Asking price was $6.5 million.

M/Y Azure Sky, a 118-foot (36m) yacht built by Turkish yard Ses Yachts in 2005, sold by Yacht Marine broker Eliad Hagiladi. Asking price was $2.35 million.

M/Y Sarahbeth, a 108-foot Burger launched in 2001, sold by Chamberlain Yachts International and HMY Palm Beach broker Dave Meyer, who brought the buyer. Asking price was $3.95 million.

M/Y Miss B Haven, a 97-foot (29.5m) Marlow explorer yacht launched in 2014, sold by Bradford Marine broker Whit Kirtland. Asking price was $3.95 million.

M/Y Noor, a 90-foot (27.6m) Sanlorenzo launched in 2014, sold by Fraser brokers Kirill Anissimov and Antoine Larricq, and Inwards Marine broker Richard Inwards, who brought the buyer. Asking price was 4.85 million euros.

M/Y Ti Punch, an 86-foot (26m) Outer Reef built in 2013, sold by listing agent 26 North Yachts and Outer Reef Yachts broker Joel Davidson, who brought the buyer. Asking price was just under $3.5 million.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Itasca, a 176-foot (53.6m) explorer yacht built by Dutch yard J&K Smit as a salvage tug in 1961 and converted into a megayacht in 1973, listed with Fraser brokers Vassilis Fotilas and Jan Jaap Minnema for $13.9 million.

M/Y FB215, a 164-foot (50m) Benetti launched in 1996 and refit in 2016, listed with Fraser broker Jan Jaap Minnema for 12.5 million euros.

S/Y Antara, a 152-foot (46m) Perini Navi launched in 1991, listed by Fraser broker Georges Bourgoignie for 9 million euros.

M/Y New Master, a 146-foot (44.5m) Baglietto built in 2001, now listed with KK Superyachts broker Vesa Kaukonen for 7.95 million euros.

M/Y Ascente, a 112-foot (34m) Westport launched in 1994 and refit in 2017, listed with Alexander Marine USA brokers JR Wills and Niel Steenkamp for $6.5 million.

S/Y Altair, a 102-foot (31m) Turkish gulet passenger yacht built by Viking Yat in 1992 and refit as a private yacht in 2012, listed by YPI broker Charles Jones for 800,000 euros.

M/Y Shu She, a 101-foot (31m) Azimut launched in 2009, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker David Seal for just under 4 million euros.

M/Y Cru, a 96-foot (29m) Westship launched in 1991, listed by Fraser agent Trevor Carroll for $2.3 million.

M/Y Vicious Rumour, a 94-foot (28.6m) Azimut delivered in 2017, listed with Fraser brokers Peter Redford and Eugenio Cannarsa for 6.95 million euros.

M/Y Blue, an 89-foot (27m) Azimut launched in 2007 with a refit in 2018, listed with IYC broker Mark Elliott for $2.7 million.

S/Y Dreamland, an 86-foot (26m) Nautor’s Swan launched in 1990, listed by Fraser broker Georges Bourgoignie for $1.5 million.

M/Y Patience, an 82-foot (25m) Broward built in 1982, with a refit in 2015. listed with Denison broker Kevin Frawley for $949,000.

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