Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Double Down sells; Amore Mio II listedOct 2, 2018 by Triton Staff
M/Y Double Down, a 213-foot (65m) Codecasa launched in 2010, sold by listing agents Thompson, Westwood and White, and HMY Yacht Sales, and Worth Avenue Yachts broker James Greenwood, who brought the buyer. Asking price was $44.5 million.
M/Y Al Mirqab III, a 164-foot (50m) Overmarine built in 2009 as hull No. 4 of the yard’s Mangusta 165 series, sold by A1 Yachting broker Efthimis Karalis. Asking price was €13.95 million.
M/Y Carpe Diem, a 100-foot (30.5m) Broward delivered in 1992, sold by listing agent Bob Cury of RJC Yacht Sales and Northrop & Johnson broker Steve Elario, who brought the buyer. Asking price was $795,000.
New in the sales fleet
M/Y Amore Mio II, a 171-foot (52m) Abeking & Rasmussen launched in 1997, listed with Merle Wood & Associates for €25.75 million.
A Kingship 144-foot (44m) new build just under 500GT, listed with Camper & Nicholsons and reportedly available for delivery in 18-24 months with steel hull and aluminum superstructure completed.
M/Y Alive, a 139-foot (42m) Heesen built in 2014, listed with Torrance Yachts broker Fergus Torrance for €21.5 million.
M/Y Whispering Angel, a 119.5-foot (36.5m) ISA built in 2008, listed with Morley Yachts broker David Jakabovic for €5.5 million.
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