CNI is delighted to announce the appointment of Toby Walker as their new Sales Director. Toby, formerly a yacht broker at CNI, will have responsibility for the European based sales brokerage division and look to develop the business further.
He will report to Jillian Montgomery, CEO. Jillian Montgomery said: "We are delighted that someone with Toby’s knowledge of the industry has chosen to come onto the management side of the business. His experience and understanding of the market will be invaluable to the continued growth of our business." Toby’s position will further strengthen the company’s position as the leading yacht brokers.
Monaco Yacht Show
The 18th Monaco Yacht Show will be hosted between the 24th – 27th September. To date CNI have confirmed that they will have seven yachts on display, including the newly launched 60m (196’) Xanadu, the 49.9m (164’) Dakota from Codecasa, the 50m (164’) TJ Esperanza from Amels, the 39.6m (130’) Lionshare from Heesen, the 45.7m (150’) Perfect Persuasion from Oceanfast, and the 41.5m (136.4’) sailing yacht Ranger from Danish Yachts.
CNI will be hosting guests on the Miramar Hotel terrace throughout the day, turning it into a private hospitality venue overlooking the harbour. The social scene at the show sees CNI hosting events on every evening of the show. For the fourth consecutive year, CNI, in partnership with the Monaco Yacht Show, has made the show CarbonNeutral. The organizers are measuring the source and levels of greenhouse gases produced from the travel, electricity and waste of the exhibiting companies – as well as the electricity and waste of the yachts and stands – and are offsetting them with dedicated programmes to raise awareness among participants and visitors to the show. In the process, they hope to encourage others to reduce their own emissions wherever possible.
CNI welcome several new central agencies including the 31.4m (103’) Blue Sky listed by Bill Sanderson from CNI Palm Beach. Built in 2002 by Cheoy Lee, and designed by the renowned Frank Mulder, Blue Sky is a unique yacht with great accommodation for eight guests plus crew. Staying in the USA, Georges Bourgoignie lists the 19.13m (62.7’) sailing yacht Extraordinary from Nautor Swan. Hull number 20 of the Swan 06/62 series, she has been extremely well maintained and is the best example of this model currently on the market.
Steen Christensen from CNI Palma announces the 25.6m (84’) Dandy D as a new listing. Built in 2001, Dandy D is one of the successful 25m models from the Astondoa yard and has been meticulously maintained since new. Staying with CNI Palma, Arne Ploch lists the 27.45m (90’) Boo Too from Pendennis. Built in 2002, Boo Too is a true performance world cruiser, beautifully designed by Ron Holland to enhance as much of her exterior feasibility and accommodation as possible. She has been beautifully maintained and is today placed on the market by her first and only owner. CNI Cannes list the 35m (114.7’) Benalex from Benetti. Her stunning François Zuretti interior has been well maintained and she is in as new condition. Gaston Lees Buckley of CNI Antibes lists the 30m (98.3’) Fanfaron V from Couach. Having been used for only one season by her one owner, she is in fantastic condition.
Charles Ehrardt of CNI Antibes is delighted to announce the sale of the 22m (72.1’) Kama from Riva, whilst back on the other side of the Atlantic, Georges Bourgoignie announces the sale of the 24.4m (80’) Leading Lady from Lazzara.
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