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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Shogun sells; Ronin listed

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Yachts sold

S/Y Shogun, a 121-foot (37m) Holland Jachtbouw launched in 2006, sold by YPI broker Will Bishop, who represented the seller, and Camper & Nicholsons broker Tim Langmead, who brought the buyer. Asking price was €5.75 million.

New in the sales fleet

A 280-foot (84m) motor yacht under construction by Icon Yachts with a 2020 delivery date, listed with IYC brokers Frank Grzeszczak and Michael Rafferty for €120 million.

M/Y Ronin, a 192-foot (59m) Lurssen launched in 1993, listed with Merle Wood & Associates for $15.9 million.

M/Y Only One, a 151-foot (46.3m) Baglietto built in 2015, listed with IYC brokers Scott Jones and Kevin Bonnie for €19.9 million.

M/Y Shane, a 130-foot (39.6m) Overmarine (Mangusta) launched in 2004, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Jeremy Ehrardt for €3.35 million.

M/Y Carte Blanche, a 124-foot (37.8m) Trinity built in 2002, listed with IYC broker Mark Elliott for just under $5.8 million.

M/Y Arthur’s Way, a 118-foot (36m) Millennium launched in 2003, listed with Merle Wood & Associates for $6.5 million.

M/Y Frivolous, a 111-foot (34m) Sunseeker launched in 2009, listed with Ocean Independence for 4.75 million GBP.

M/Y Moonraker II, a 98-foot (29.8m) Azimut launched in 1992, listed with IYC brokers Filip Jerolimov and Darko Kascelan for €1.25 million.

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