Sold!
49,750,000€
Lurssen | 60.97 m | 2004
New to market
May 26, 2015
M/Y O listed for sale
3,900,000€
Overmarine | 34 m | 2007
New to market
5,990,000$
Princess Yachts | 29 m | 2010
3% reduction
875,000€
Sunseeker | 23 m | 2004
Sold
12,500,000€
| 0 m |
Sold!
May 22, 2015
Maluhea sold
2,950,000€
Ferretti | 31 m | 2003
14% reduction
2,999,999$
Maccarinni Brazil | 48 m | 1989
10% reduction
19,500,000$
Palmer Johnson | 46 m | 2009
New to market
May 21, 2015
Ichtus listed for sale
1,490,000€
Futuna | 22 m | 2010
40% reduction
3,800,000€
Astilleros Celaya | 45 m | 1977
Sold!
May 20, 2015
Champagne O Clock sold
690,000€
Falcon | 26 m | 2001
New to market
7,250,000$
Canados | 24.38 m | 2004
10% reduction
2,650,000€
Flagman Yachts | 24 m | 2014
2% reduction
5,850,000$
Crescent Yachts | 37 m | 2003
Sold!
4,900,000€
Oceanfast | 55 m | 1991
20% reduction
1,995,000$
Vicem | 25 m | 2011
New Agent
3,750,000€
Codecasa | 34 m | 1999
Sold!
May 18, 2015
Blue scorpion sold
14,500,000€
Baglietto | 52 m | 2006
New to market
May 18, 2015
Jelana listed for sale
13,900,000€
Sunseeker | 40 m | 2011
Agency change
7,500,000€
Overmarine | 39 m | 2009
15% reduction
4,990,000€
Benetti | 34.95 m | 2005
New to market
7,900,000$
Westship | 43 m | 2001
Sold!
May 14, 2015
Evviva sold
22,500,000$
Westport | 50 m | 2006
10% reduction
18,900,000€
ISA | 43.63 m | 2014

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