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Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Preference sells; Carolina, Skylight listed

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Yachts sold

M/Y Preference, a 119-foot (36.4m) Tansu built in 2011, sold by listing brokerage Thompson, Westwood and White. TWW broker Jason Duggan and Northrop & Johnson broker Jim Elliot brought the buyer. Asking price was €7.8 million.

S/Y Ocean’s Seven 2, a 104-foot (31.7m) Trehard aluminum sloop built in 1998, sold with BGYB acting as both listing and selling broker. Asking price was €1.49 million.

M/Y Avec, an 88-foot (26.8m) Ferretti launched in 2008, sold by IYC in an in-house deal, with broker Michel Chryssicopoulos introducing the buyer and broker Vangelis Filiadis representing the seller. Asking price was €2.95 million.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Carolina, a 158-foot (48m) Feadship launched in 1997, listed with IYC broker Mark Elliott for $14.9 million.

M/Y Skylight, a 131-foot (40m) boat built by CBK Superyacht in 2015, listed with Camper & Nicholsons broker James Rayner for €6.95 million.

S/Y Mariquita, a 125-foot (38m) wooden, gaff-rigged cutter built in 1922 by William Fife & Son for industrialist Arthur Stothert, listed with BGYB for €2.75 million.

M/Y Usele$$, a 112-foot (33.8m) Sunseeker built in 2011, listed with joint agents Merle Wood & Associates and Rick Obey & Associates for just under $6.4 million.

M/Y Kando, a 111-foot (34m) new build in the final stages of construction at AvA Yachts in Turkey, listed with Yacht & Villa brokers Paul Cave and Mark Seaton for €7.95 million.

S/Y Smart Spirit (formerly Wish), an 85-foot (26m) classical schooner built by Aegean Yacht Services in 2004, listed with BGYB for €590,000.

M/Y Evolution, an 80-foot (24.38m) Ferretti launched in 2013, listed with Merle Wood & Associates for $3.175 million.

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