Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Axantha II sells; Salila, Grace listedOct 16, 2018 by Triton Staff
M/Y Axantha II, a 141-foot (43m) JFA explorer yacht launched in 2011, sold by Fraser broker Maarten Ten Holter, who represented the seller, and Ocean Independence broker Jeremy Comport, who brought the buyer. Asking price was €12.9 million.
New in the sales fleet
M/Y Salila, a 190-foot (58m) explorer yacht originally built as a commercial vessel by Japanese yard Kanasashi in 1991 and converted in 2009, listed with Burgess for $5.8 million.
M/Y Grace, a 171.6-foot (52.3m) Amels launched in 2009 as a Limited Edition 171 model, listed with Imperial Yachts.
M/Y Veyron, formerly Kimochiii, a 109.8-foot (33.5m) Mangusta built in 2013, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Ed Dickinson for €4.9 million.
M/Y Huntress, a 96-foot (29.3m) Hargrave launched in 2007, listed with Ocean Independence brokers Thom Conboy and Chris Collins for $3.9 million.
M/Y Off the Grid, a 90-foot (27.4m) Ocean Alexander delivered this year, jointly listed with Worth Avenue Yachts broker Chris June and Ocean Alexander’s Ray Prokorym for just under $7.3 million.
M/Y Yoyita, an 82-foot (25m) Ferretti 830 model launched in 2009, listed with Edmiston & Company broker Will Bagshaw for €2.1 million.
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