Ocean Independence (OCI) Antibes based Jeroen Minnema working on behalf of the seller and Zürich based Axel Douqué on behalf of the buyer sold the 31m Astondoa Celtic Dawn. Launched in 2003 and refitted in 2005 Celtic Dawn sleeps eight guests in four cabins and has been listed for sale with OCI for less than 5 months. Following closely after, Marc Haendle at OCI Palma sold the 32.25m CRN, La Alteana. This steel hulled transatlantic displacement yacht from 1980 is ideal for long voyages in comfort and style and is OCI's 15th sale of the year, bringing OCI to a total of 519m sold so far.
New for sale:
Two superyachts offered by OCI Zürich, firstly with Managing Partner Peter Hürzeler, in co-central the 38m Scheepswerf Bermudan Ketch Dione Star. Built to go anywhere, this Diana yachts design sleeps 12 guests in 6 cabins. And secondly with Axel Douqué & Peter Hürzeler the 38.5m Onyx, delivered in 2009 by Sanlorenzo.
OCI’s UK based Managing Partner Nicholas Dean lists the 42m Cantieri di Pisa Element. Built in 2002 and constantly updated, upgraded and maintained to the highest possible standards, she has a superb charter record and sleeps 12 guests in 6 cabins.
Then three superyachts with OCI Antibes; Eric Trupheme offers the 29m Azimut Georgia Rose, built in 1992 and refitted in 2008 she sleeps 8 guests in 4 cabins. She is the perfect family yacht with a berth in Antibes’ Port Vauban also available for sale. Also listed by Eric is the 24m Erasmo, a unique 24m MCA compliant Mangusta 80 from 2004, reffited in 2009 and sleeping 8 guests 4 cabins. And Jeroen Minnema offers the converted 23m Cape Horn Trawler Lord’s Warrior for sale. Built in 2002 she sleeps 7-8 guests in 4 cabins and is extremely economical to run.