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Latest in the brokerage fleet: Ex-Azzam, Mim sell; Happy Life listed

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Yachts sold

M/Y Adamas II, originally Azzam, a 200-foot (61m) Dauphin built in 1987, sold by Camper & Nicholsons broker Adam-Michael Papadakis, who represented the seller, and Flagship Yachts broker Dimitri Kalasatis, who brought the buyer.

M/Y Mim, a 144-foot (44m) Burger launched in 2006, sold by IYC broker Mark Elliott, with the buyer introduced by Ocean Independence broker Jeremy Comport and Superyacht Sales & Charter broker Neil Emmott. Asking price was $14.9 million.

M/Y Protect 136, a 91-foot (27.86m) Technema 87 launched in 1999, sold by IYC in an in-house deal. 

S/Y Wild Salmon, a 78.7-foot (24m) cutter-rigged Locwind 80 sloop launched by Dufour/Loewind in 1997, sold by BGYB. Asking price was €450,000.

M/Y Lady Di, a 78-foot (23.75m) Ferretti 780 launched in 2009, sold by IYC in an in-house deal.

News in the sales fleet

M/Y Happy Life, a 139-foot (42.5m) Alfamarine launched in 2003, listed with Camper & Nicholsons for $4.2 million.

M/Y Moni, a 107-foot (32.6m) Vicem built in 2013, listed with IYC broker Mark Elliott for $4.675 million.

M/Y Rutli E, a 100-foot (30.5m) Benetti launched in 2006, listed with Denison broker Will Noftsinger for $3.95 million.

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