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Latest sales in the brokerage fleet: 40m new build, Lionshare

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Project MG 129, a new 131-foot (40m) explorer yacht, sold by Italian yard Cantiere delle Marche and Camper & Nicholsons broker Richard Higgins, who brought the buyer. The yacht will be built of steel and aluminum, will accommodate 12 guests and seven crew, and will be powered by twin 16V 2000 MT2 MTU diesel engines.

M/Y Lionshare, a 129-foot (39m) Heesen launched in 1987, sold by IYC broker Mark Elliott in an in-house deal. Asking price was $4.5 million.

S/Y Cabochon, a 92-foot (28m) Fontaine built by Taiwanese yard Ta Chiao Chu Yachts in 2004 and refitted in 2015, sold by Northrop & Johnson broker Brian Commette, who represented the seller, and Wellington Yachts broker Chet Hartshorn, who brought the buyer. Asking price was $2.3 million.

S/Y Quinta Santa Maria, a 90-foot (27.4m) sloop built by Composite Works in 2001, sold by Bernard Gallay Yacht Brokerage in an in-house deal. Asking price was 790,000 euros.

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