The week running 17 - 23 March saw two sales completed, three new central agencies announced, and five price reductions made.
The largest yacht to be sold this week was through Merle Wood & Associates and Luxury Yacht Group, with 1986 Heesen built 36.64m No Comment. She was on the market for $7,900,000 with Camper & Nicholsons International introducing the buyer in the transaction.
The other sale completed this week was through Camper & Nicholsons International again – this time representing both the buyer and seller. Michael Rafferty closed the deal on 1983 Lloyds Ships built 34.14m Sentimental Journey, priced at $590,000.
New Central Agencies
There were only three new central agency listings announced during this quiet news week, compared to last week’s nine.
Jan Jaap Minnema at Fraser Yachts has the largest new listing this week with 2012 Benetti built 43.6m Zita for sale at €10,900,000.
Kevin Merrigan and Wes Sanford of Northrop & Johnson have placed 1990 Delta Marine built 35.66m Stampede for sale at $9,500,000.
Y.CO have listed 2007 Southern Wind built 33.6m Thalima for sale at €8,350,000.
Price reductions fell back down to five, all in the 40m – 50m category, following the 15 announced last week. The following yachts are still on the market looking for buyers:
The largest yacht to be reduced this week was through Jan Jaap Minnema of Fraser Yachts with 2012 Heesen built 46.7m Lady Petra, now on the market at €24,950,000.
Another reduction from the team with Josh Gulbranson lowering the asking price of 2006 Hike Metal Products & Shipbuilding built 43m Copasetic to $11,900,000.
Two reductions from Northrop & Johnson this week: Michael Nethersole has reduced 1985 Feadship built 46.6m Charisma, to $13,900,000; while Kevin Merrigan and Wes Sanford are joined by Burgess in the reduction of 2009 Baglietto built 44m Apache II, now priced at €9,950,000.
The final reduction this week is from YachtZoo with 2002 Hakvoort built 44.7m Cracker Bay, now priced at $18,950,000.
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