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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Lohengrin, Bella Una sell

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Yachts sold

M/Y Lohengrin, a 161-foot (49m) Trinity launched in 2006, sold by listing agent Burgess Asia, and IYC Monaco brokers Scott Jones and Kevin Bonnie, who brought the buyer. Asking price was $12 million.

M/Y Bella Una, a 127-foot (38.7m) Burger launched in 2003, sold by IYC broker Mark Elliott, who represented the seller, and Gilman Yachts broker Jeff Stanley, who brought the buyer. Asking price was $9.9 million.

M/Y Cru, a 96-foot (29m) Westship launched in 1991, sold by co-listing agents Fraser and Atlantic Yacht & Ship, and Merle Wood & Associates broker Billy Smith, who brought the buyer. Asking price was $1.95 million.

M/Y Insignia, an 82-foot (25m) Lyman Morse launched in 2004, sold by Denison brokers Skip Denison and Bruce Schattenburg. Asking price was just under $1.8 million.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Kaytoo, a 100-foot (30.5m) Paragon launched in 2015, listed with Worth Avenue Yachts broker Michael Mahan for $5.35 million.

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