Dahm international have announced the sale of two sailing superyachts, Arrayan II and Nordia 70, which were both listed in dahm international´s brokerage portfolio. Firstly, the Abeking & Rasmussen´s 34.57 metre Arrayan II, an elegant cruiser/racer has been passed to her new owner, now. Jochen Brill from Dahm international´s office in Palma sold her together with Andrew Hanna at Ocean Partners International in France.
Arrayan II’s asking price was € 3,000,000. She was built to the highest standards at the renowned German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen in 1992, the launch of this extraordinary 34.57 metre cruiser/racer caused a sensation in the superyacht world when she was launched. Arrayan II’s extremely elegant lines and breathtaking sailing performances put her ahead of the competition maxis of the period. From the very beginning Arrayan II has been professionally maintained and captained and is hence in extraordinary good condition.
She offers accommodation for eight guests in four en suite staterooms, three are located forward of the saloon and one is aft. A unique combination of safety, performance, quality and style – Arrayan II will now set sail with her new owner.
The second sale from Dahm international was of the 21.35 metre new build Nordia 70. She was sold by Ralf Burgemeister, in close cooperation with Van Dam Nordia Shipyard and with a special thank to Bart de Ven, Tavros Yacht Marketing and Sales, representing and acting for the Buyer.
Inside and out indeed “a small superyacht”, the Nordia 70 was built as a light and fast sloop with a well-thought out concept in mind. Latest technology and handpicked craftsmanship stand for an outstanding premium quality. The generous layout offers ample space for maximum comfort and sufficient storage facilities for long voyages. Nordia 70´s asking price was €3,950,000.