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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: St. David, PG’s Jester sell; Atlas, Trident listed

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Yachts sold

M/Y St. David, a 197-foot (60m) Benetti launched in 2008, sold by listing agent West Nautical and Morley Yachts broker David Jakabovic, who brought the buyer. Asking price was €22.5 million.

M/Y PG’s Jester, a 118-foot (35.9m) Broward delivered in 1995, sold by RJC Yacht Sales broker Bob Cury and United Yachts broker John Dial, who brought the buyer. Asking price was just under $2 million.

M/Y Mosking, a 110-foot (33.5m) Mangusta 108 Open built by Overmarine in 2004, sold by Northrop & Johnson broker Ed Dickinson and Cambridge Yacht Group broker Steve Doyle, who brought the buyer. Asking price was €2.75 million.

M/Y Elmiran, an 80-foot (24.3m) Hatteras launched in 2013, sold by Denison brokers Steven Carlson and David Johnson. Asking price was $3.95 million.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Atlas, formerly Aldabra, a 167-foot (51m) Codecasa built in 2011, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Arne Ploch for €16.6 million.

M/Y Trident, a 150-foot (46m) Sanlorenzo built in 2014, listed with Camper & Nicholsons for €18.8 million.

M/Y Dolce Vita, a 106.7-foot (32.5m) Numarine built in 2016, listed with Camper & Nicholsons brokers Bart Kimman and Andrew Le Buhn for €4.75 million.

M/Y Elizabeth R, a 105-foot (32m) Burger built in 2000, listed with Ocean Independence brokers Thom Conboy and Chris Collins for $3.9 million.

S/Y Sindomeno, a 100-foot (30.6m) custom sloop built by Yachting Developments in New Zealand in 2000, listed with Ocean Independence broker Rytis Babravicius for €2.25 million.

M/Y Club M, a 96-foot (29m) Ferretti launched in 2014, listed with Denison broker Kurt Bosshardt for just under $5.5 million.

M/Y L’Opera, an 85.7-foot (26m) Falcon built in 2007, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Gaston Lees-Buckley for €1.25 million.

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