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News in the brokerage fleet: Moka, Bunker sell; PJ World listed

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Yachts sold

M/Y Moka, a 138-foot (42.2m) Sanlorenzo explorer yacht launched in 2015, sold by Y.Co, who represented the seller, and Northrop & Johnson broker Derk Jan Rolff, who brought the buyer. Asking price was €17.5 million.

M/Y Bunker, a 130-foot (39.6m) CRN built in 2005, sold by World Yacht Group in an in-house deal. Asking price was €5.49 million.

M/Y Theodora Mia, an 88-foot (26.75m) Sanlorenzo launched in 2008, sold by listing agent Marine Marketing and IYC broker Costas Dimopoulos, who brought the buyer. Asking price was €2.95 million.

M/Y Memories, an 82.6-foot (25.2m) Azimut launched in 2017, sold by First Quality Yachts, who represented the seller, and Azimut Yachts Russia, who brought the buyer. Asking price was €3.08 million.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y PJ World, a 267-foot (81.4m) partially completed Palmer Johnson expected to be delivered in 2020, listed with IYC broker Scott Jones for €19.9 million as is, or €105 million completed.

S/Y Doña Francisca, a 172-foot (52.5m) carbon-fiber yacht built by Astillero Buquebus & King Composite in Uruguay in 2014, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker Flavio Constantino for $30 million.

M/Y Deep Story, a 148-foot (45.2m) yacht built by Turkish yard Orkun Yachting in 2012, listed with Fraser brokers Jurgen Koch and Tim Carbury for €12 million.

M/Y Zeepaard, a 122-foot (37.18m) JFA expedition yacht built in 2003, listed with Camper & Nicholsons Asia for $8.8 million.

M/Y My Lady, a 100-foot (30.5m) Broward launched in 2001, listed with IYC broker Michael Rafferty for just under $2.5 million.

M/Y MB III, a 100-foot (30.5m) Hargrave launched in 2018, listed with Denison broker Alex Clarke for $8.5 million.

M/Y Sweetwater, an 80-foot (24.3m) Lazzara built in 2004, listed with Chamberlain Yachts International for $1.9 million.

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