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News in the brokerage fleet: New Sanlorenzo, Andiamo sell; Samhan listed

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Yachts sold

A new 203.4-foot (62m) Sanlorenzo, a steel displacement yacht under construction and due for delivery in 2021, sold by Camper & Nicholsons.

M/Y Andiamo, a 157.4-foot (48m) Baglietto launched in 2017, sold by Camper & Nicholsons broker Fernando Nicholson. Asking price was €23.95 million.

M/Y Trident, a 151-foot (46m) launched in 2014, sold in an in-house deal with Camper & Nicholsons brokers Bart Kimman and Jean-Marie Recamier representing both the buyer and the seller. Asking price was €18.8 million.

M/Y Anna Laura, a 92-foot (28m) Mangusta (Overmarine) launched in 2008, sold by IYC broker Kevin Bonnie. Asking price was $2.7 million. 

M/Y Livy Lou, an 85-foot (26m) Pacific Mariner launched in 2005, sold by Peck Yachts, who represented the seller, and IYC broker Roy Sea, who brought the buyer. Asking price was just under $2.5 million. 

M/Y Prime Time, an 82-foot (25m) Horizon launched in 2007, sold by Denison broker Alex G. Clarke, who represented the seller, and Yachting Solutions, who brought the buyer.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Samhan, a 165-foot (50m) Mangusta (Overmarine) launched in 2007, listed with IYC broker Richard Gray for $17.5 million.

M/Y Life of Reilley, a 113-foot (34.4m) Burger launched in 2003, listed with IYC brokers Frank Grzeszczak Sr. and Katya Grzeszczak for $7.65 million.

M/Y Worth the Wait II, a 42-foot (12.8m) Silverton convertible launched in 2007, listed with Merle Wood & Associates for $214,000.

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