£ 900K price reduction
£ 9,900,000
Sunseeker | 35.2 m | 2016
€ 100K price reduction
€ 1,995,000
Sunseeker | 28.13 m | 2005
back on market with Bernard Gallay
€ 1,890,000
Fitzroy Yachts | 26 m | 2004
now listed for sale by Fraser
$ 17,900,000
Richmond Yachts | 46 m | 2013
€ 200K price reduction
€ 7,750,000
Heesen | 37.3 m | 2010
$ 100K price reduction
$ 1,399,000
Inace | 30.05 m | 1998
sold
March 14, 2018
Motor yacht Reunion sold
$ 3,975,000
Cheoy Lee | 27.01 m | 2013
sold
$ 3,100,000
Nordlund Yachts | 27.13 m | 1998
back on market with Northrop&Johnson
$ 3,250,000
Broward | 34.63 m | 1994
£ 1,25M price reduction
£ 11,625,000
Sunseeker | 40.05 m | 2014
€ 1,14M price reduction
€ 1,850,000
Vulkan Shipyard | 42.1 m | 2019
sold
March 13, 2018
Motor yacht 10 sold
$ 21,000,000
Delta Marine | 46 m | 2011
sold
€ 590,000
Turkish Shipyard | 27 m | 1997
back on market with Burgess
$ 6,900,000
Delta Marine | 37.19 m | 1997
back on market with Sunseeker
€ 2,450,000
Sunseeker | 27.99 m | 2009
now for sale with Northrop&Johnson
$ 5,995,000
Heesen | 38.1 m | 1986
€ 320K price reduction
€ 2,980,000
Jongert | 24.32 m | 2006
now for sale with Northrop&Johnson
€ 3,995,000
Azimut | 30.91 m | 2009
sold
March 12, 2018
Motor yacht Asha sold
$ 2,575,000
Palmer Johnson | 27.07 m | 1992
sold
March 12, 2018
Motor yacht Scout sold
$ 15,900,000
RMK Marine | 45 m | 2012
€ 300K price reduction
€ 1,450,000
Lowland Yachts | 29.69 m | 1990
€ 275K price reduction
€ 2,675,000
Aluship | 23.9 m | 2014
sold
March 12, 2018
Motor yacht Grace E sold
€ 78,500,000
Picchiotti | 73 m | 2013
now for sale with Sunseeker London
€ 8,800,000
Sunseeker | 39.12 m | 2012

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