sold
Overmarine | 33.8 m | 2018
sold
November 30, 2017
Motor yacht Lampin' sold
€ 9,600,000
Sanlorenzo | 32.2 m | 2017
sold
November 30, 2017
Motor yacht Family Spirit sold
£ 2,250,000
Sunseeker | 24.44 m | 2014
now for sale with Ocean Independence
€ 3,850,000
Southern Wind | 30 m | 2006
$ 650K price reduction
$ 2,000,000
Custom | 25.1 m | 2009
sold
$ 1,850,000
Jongert | 29.3 m | 1998
sold
November 29, 2017
Motor yacht Wild Duck sold
$ 2,595,000
Horizon | 24.7 m | 2013
back on market with IYC
€ 7,900,000
Lubeck Yachts | 35.5 m | 2011
back on market with HMY
$ 4,795,000
Overmarine | 31.4 m | 2010
back on market with Bristow-Holmes
€ 2,195,000
Sunseeker | 28.13 m | 2005
sold
November 28, 2017
Motor yacht Sophia sold
$ 1,305,000
Royal Denship | 25.8 m | 2008
now listed for sale by Worth Avenue
$ 2,900,000
Inace | 30.05 m | 1998
$ 500K price reduction
$ 2,000,000
Boat Speed - Australia | 26.21 m | 2001
$ 361,5K price reduction
$ 7,000,000
Cantiere delle Marche | 26.2 m | 2015
€ 200K price reduction
€ 995,000
Sunseeker | 24.97 m | 2007
back on market with Worth Avenue
$ 11,500,000
Palmer Johnson | 44.2 m | 1994
new to market with Nautique Yachting
€ 8,100,000
Ferretti | 32.95 m | 2016
$ 510K price reduction
$ 6,990,000
Benetti | 36.58 m | 2006
$ 500K price reduction
$ 6,995,000
Nordhavn | 26.82 m | 2013
sold
November 24, 2017
Motor yacht Mi Vida sold
$ 12,500,000
Baglietto | 43 m | 2009
sold
November 24, 2017
Motor yacht Victoria sold
$ 895,000
Hatteras | 34.4 m | 1991
sold
Sunseeker | 29.06 m | 2018
now listed for sale by Fraser
€ 3,400,000
Leopard | 32.2 m | 2006
back on market with Worth Avenue
$ 13,950,000
Admiral | 37.3 m | 2014

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