Fraser Yachts ended June on the front foot with the sales of 40m M/Y Namaste and 37m M/Y Victoria Del Mar.

David Legrand acted on behalf of the seller and the buyer for the sale of Namaste. Built by Tamsen Yachts, she was unveiled at the Cannes Yachting Festival and Monaco Yacht Show in 2008. She is fitted with two MTU 16V 2000 M93 diesel engines, allowing a maximum speed of 23 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots.

This is the second time Legrand has sold Namaste, following its sale for €7.5 million in October 2014. The selling price for Namaste on this occasion has remained undisclosed by Fraser Yachts.

M/Y Namaste

37m M/Y Victoria Del Mar, which was listed with Josh Gulbranson and Jody O’Brien, was sold with a final asking price of $7.25 million. Gulbranson also represented the buyer as the deal was completed in-house.

Victoria Del Mar is a Moonen 120 displacement model, which was launched by the Dutch yard in 2001, and features the interior design work of Dee Robinson Interiors, and the exterior styling of Joachim Kinder Yacht Design.

M/Y Victoria Del Mar

Name: Victoria Del Mar
Year of build: 2001
LOA: 37m
CA: Fraser Yachts
Final asking price: $7,250,000

Name: Namaste
Year of build: 2008
LOA: 40m
CA: Fraser Yachts

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