New superyacht sales listings for Camper & Nicholsons International
Camper & Nicholsons International (CNI) welcome a number of new listings to the books. Mark Hilpern lists the 53.9m (176’) Proteksan Turquoise trawler Leo Fun for sale. Launched earlier this year, she was created by Paolo Caliari with interior design by Jean Guy Verges.
Jeremy Comport announces a couple of new listings including the 47.5m (155’1) Lady Dahlia from ISA. Built in 2005, she is a spacious and comfortable superyacht with accommodations for 12 guests. Jeremy also lists the 39.65m (130’1) Mangusta Aset for sale. Built in 2007, and with accommodations for 11 guests, she is presented in immaculate condition.
CNI’s Mike Payne jointly lists the 43.65m (143’2) Sedation from the Heesen Shipyard. Built in 1997, she is today in as new condition having completed a major refit in 2008.
Charles Ehrardt brings four new yachts to join CNI’s listings. The 42.75m (140’3) 2006 built Baglietto Annamia; the 42m (137’3) 1991 built Mondomarine Trinity II; the 40m (130’6) 2001 Heesen built Jangada; and the 25.07m (82’3) Blue Trinity built by Mangusta in 1999. The latter Charles jointly lists with CNI’s Tim Langmead.
Over in the Palma office Arne Ploch lists the 26.8m (87’11) displacement yacht Blue Florentin. Built in 2004, this Custom 86 from Bugari Custom Yachts was built for cruising in all weather/ ocean conditions. Also in Palma, Jonathan Syrett lists the 25.6m (83’1) Astonda 82 GLX ‘Millenium’ Yaiza. Built in 2000, she boasts every commodity offered on a yacht far in excess of her size.