As we come to the climax of 2016’s second quarter, Camper & Nicholsons has completed its third and fourth sales for the month of June, accumulating 153.2m in 30m+ sales. The latter two of the four sales were finalised on 22 June, and were the 40.4m Alloy Yachts sailing yacht, Nuberu Blau, and the 33.5m Overmarine motoryacht, Naisca V.
Nuberu Blau, formerly Kokomo of London, is currently based in Florida and was asking €3.95 million when she was sold in an in-house deal by Charles Ehrardt. The sloop sailing yacht was constructed in aluminium by Alloy Yachts in 2000 and was awarded with the ‘Best Sailing Yacht' accolade that year by the ISS, an award won 10 years later by her successor, 58.4m Kokomo.
40.4m Nuberu Blau
The Kiwi-built sailing yacht was the fifth design commissioned for the same discerning owner and features naval architecture and the exterior design work of Dubois Naval Architects. The interior, which has accommodation for 8 guests over a four-cabin layout, was completed by UK-based Redman Whiteley Dixon. Cherry panelling and cream fabrics are used throughout the interior, with all the woodwork being revarnished since her purchase in 2005.
Nasica V, the second sale that was finalised on 22 June, is currently berthed in France and was asking €1.65 million when she was sold with Aquamarine introducing the buyer and Charles Ehrardt, again, representing the seller. The 33.5m build is hull number seven of the Mangusta 108 series and was delivered by the Italian yard in 2002.
Nasica V was designed by Stefano Righini for out-and-out performance; she has a GRP planing hull, an interior volume of 190GT and twin 2,750hp MTU engines that allow for a maximum speed of 36 knots. In 2014, the yacht had a €400,000 technical and cosmetic refit to ensure first-rate condition for re-sale.
The previous two sales made by Camper & Nicholsons this month were that of Feadship’s 47.6m Princess Too – the firm’s third Feadship re-sale involvement of the year after the sales of 40m Seaflower and 26.6m Patriot – and the Sanlorenzo 104, 31.7m Mamay, which was sold on 8 June with Steen Christensen representing the buyer.
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