€ 1M price reduction
€ 21,900,000
Heesen | 47 m | 2015
back on market with Edmiston
€ 10,500,000
Mondomarine | 42.65 m | 2006
€ 540K price reduction
€ 7,350,000
Overmarine | 39.65 m | 2009
sold
April 9, 2021
Motor yacht Rebel sold
$ 11,900,000
Trinity Yachts | 48 m | 2005
€ 190K price reduction
€ 3,600,000
Canados | 27.02 m | 2018
sold
April 8, 2021
Motor yacht Blue sold
$ 4,950,000
Feadship | 31.09 m | 1969
€ 1M price reduction
€ 7,500,000
Sanlorenzo | 40 m | 2011
back on market with Burgess
€ 15,900,000
Bloemsma Van Breemen | 44 m | 2013
$ 450K price reduction
$ 11,450,000
Northcoast | 38.25 m | 2010
sold
$ 2,790,000
Johnson | 31.39 m | 2008
back on market
$ 5,399,000
Hargrave | 30.78 m | 2009
back on market with Edmiston
€ 7,900,000
DreamLine Yachts | 34.3 m | 2016
sold
$ 18,500,000
Delta Marine | 46 m | 2011
back on market with Northrop&Johnson
€ 1,495,000
CNL | 36 m | 1981
€ 200K price reduction
€ 2,550,000
Van der Heijden | 24 m | 2016
sold
March 31, 2021
Motor yacht Pure One sold
€ 8,700,000
Leopard | 46.2 m | 2008
sold
March 30, 2021
Motor yacht La Mer sold
$ 2,350,000
Hatteras | 24.38 m | 2005
back on market with Denison Yachting
$ 5,999,000
Feadship | 26.6 m | 1984
sold
March 30, 2021
Motor yacht Tuppence sold
€ 3,495,000
Sunseeker | 29.8 m | 2011
back on market with Denison Yachting
$ 11,150,000
Numarine | 32.5 m | 2020
sold
March 29, 2021
Motor yacht Zulu sold
€ 5,650,000
Sunseeker | 35.05 m | 2013
sold
March 29, 2021
Motor yacht Vantage sold
$ 12,950,000
Palmer Johnson | 45.7 m | 2010
sold
€ 3,950,000
Nautor's Swan | 30.21 m | 2005
back on market with Northrop&Johnson
$ 1,495,000
Admiral | 28.93 m | 1989

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