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Latest in the brokerage fleet: Project Fenestra sold; Valerie listed

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Yachts sold

M/Y FB278 Project Fenestra, a 220-foot (67m) custom Benetti, sold to an American owner through a partnership with Northrop & Johnson.

BO101, a new 131-foot (40m) Benetti Oasis, expected to be delivered next summer, sold by Merle Wood & Associates broker John Jacobi.

FD102, a new 104-foot (31.69m) Horizon, expected to be delivered in October 2020, sold to an American client by Denison broker Kurt Bosshardt.

New in the sales fleet

M/Y Valerie, a 279-foot (85.10m) Lürssen launched in 2011, listed with IYC broker Richard Gray for €170 million.

M/Y Serenity II, a 131-foot (40m) yacht launched by Turkish yard Mengi-Yay in 2010, listed with IYC broker Katya Grzeszczak for €7.95 million.

M/Y Kimberly, a 128-foot (39m) Palmer Johnson built in 2000, listed with Northrop & Johnson broker Todd Rittenhouse for $6.95 million.

M/Y RL Noor, a 123-foot (37.5m) yacht launched by Turkish yard Bilgin Yachts in 2010, listed with IYC broker Leo Jordil for €4.5 million.

N32XP Hull No. 4, a new 105-foot (32m) Numarine, expected to be delivered in 2020, listed with Denison broker Alex Clarke for $10.35 million.

M/Y Scarlet, an 86-foot (26m) Azimut 86S launched in 2008, listed with Denison broker Mike Kiely for $1.35 million.

M/Y Dear, a 78-foot (23.7m) Azimut launched in 2011, listed with IYC broker Scott Jones for €1.7 million.

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