sold
$ 6,495,000
Broward | 38 m | 2007
sold
November 17, 2017
Motor yacht Nauta sold
€ 1,500,000
Baglietto | 33 m | 2001
new to market with Mutlutur
€ 18,750,000
Yildizlar Mesrubat | 50.75 m | 2017
now listed for sale by Burgess
€ 4,195,000
Falcon | 34.8 m | 2004
$ 1M price reduction
$ 15,900,000
Christensen | 44.5 m | 2008
sold
November 16, 2017
Motor yacht Logica 147 sold
€ 15,900,000
Logica Yachts | 44.8 m | 2014
back on market with Northrop&Johnson
€ 2,950,000
Alloy Yachts | 36.12 m | 1995
$ 675K price reduction
$ 1,000,000
Ocean Voyager | 28.96 m | 2013
€ 300K price reduction
€ 3,690,000
Ocea | 32.7 m | 2008
sold
November 15, 2017
Motor yacht Intimis sold
€ 2,850,000
Ferretti | 34.02 m | 2004
sold
November 15, 2017
Motor yacht Ruscello sold
$ 6,650,000
Ferretti | 32.34 m | 2013
back on market with West Nautical
€ 1,395,000
Sunseeker | 25.15 m | 2004
€ 1M price reduction
€ 5,500,000
Numarine | 32 m | 2017
$ 100K price reduction
$ 2,850,000
Hargrave | 29.26 m | 2004
new to market with Sunseeker London
£ 10,800,000
Sunseeker | 35.2 m | 2016
sold
November 14, 2017
Motor yacht Anka sold
£15,995,000
Princess Yachts | 40.16 m | 2015
sold
November 14, 2017
Motor yacht Ajao sold
$ 549,000
Baglietto | 23.98 m | 1989
back on market with Bradford Marine
$ 1,200,000
Broward | 33.44 m | 1983
€ 400K price reduction
€ 6,500,000
Jade Yachts | 27.9 m | 2012
sold
November 13, 2017
Motor yacht Spectre sold
£ 3,350,000
Sunseeker | 28.15 m | 2015
sold
November 13, 2017
Motor yacht Situations sold
$ 799,000
Broward | 30.48 m | 1988
back on market with Denison
$ 4,995,000
Danube Marine Consultants | 36.58 m | 2005
€ 800K price reduction
November 13, 2017
Price cut on motor yacht Gems
€ 3,000,000
Leight Notika | 32.8 m | 2005
sold
€ 11,950,000
Wally | 39.95 m | 2009

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